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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 T VOLUME IX f An 1 1I1 ffi RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Â¬ tiMzi I ranaWlV m JULY 17 1895 Mrs Anna Gage WEDNESDAY HOUSES TO ENGLAND NUMBER wife of Ex S PROFESSIONAL COLUMN PHYSICIANS MONUMENT UN VEILED TO GENERAL SOGER V HANSON BY THE MEMBERS OF THE 1 A Mors ORPHAN BRIGADE immense concourse of people many from adjacent towns were congregated at our beautiful cemetery yes terday afternoon to witness the solemn ami impressive ceietnony of unveiling the monument erected to the memory of ien and Mrs Roger W Hanson The Veteran Association nmsteieil on Cheapside and there when they had formed into the line of march the band struck up that air which has never failed vet alter the lapse of nearly thirty years to stir the Southern pulse not even in the eotinaw generation nor will it in the generations yet to come the grand old air of Dixie A shout went up from the ranks of veterans as the column moved oH in step to tin- - martial strains which was echoed from the jteople lining the streets The marching file was passed on its way by long lines of electric cars loaded with interested spectators anxious to participate in the ser ices of the hour Arrived at the under the shadow of those beautiful trees beneath which so many sleep of those who fell on Inith idea of the struggle the mystically veiled monument rose over the heads of the closely parked mass of people like aoaaa mysterious messenger whoso secret is not ready yet And at its foot deep within the earth heaped with magnifi cent Moral otleriugs slept the dust of the bnrre aad the just A platform erected twenty or thirty yard awav lifted the speakers above the heads of the people and accommodated the choir ami a small party of ladies and gentlemen Among others on the stage we noted Ex Governor Simon Bolivar Buckner and wife Senator J C 8 Blackburn Qapt John Boyd apt 5 G sharp Bcnr V L Sotithgatc Rev Bfconeetreel Van meter of Arkansas formerly of Lexing ton and at one time attorney of Fayette county Mrs Carrie Uanaonetater-in-hi- ti o in Hanson Mi- - Sara Hantffl Jennie Hanson and others The services opened with a verv appropriate prayer by Dr G K Overton by the song tlh Lay Me Away With the Hoys in Gray sang by Mr i F Croxton with a guit T aooooipaninaent by Mr Saxtoti Mr Baxtoo Mr Croxton and Mr C L Reynolds joining in the chorus At the close of this beautiful melody which vaa more in the nature of a hymn than a song Senator Blackburn intro Â¬ duced Col Ed Porter Thompson of Frankfort State Superinteinlent of Public Instruction who made an address full of teeling reminiscence a noble tribute o the dead soldier and valuable history At the moment when in the midst of his peech he waved his hand toward the monument directing the attention of his audience there the veil fell revealing to the light and the gaze of the apee t itors the noble granite shaft elected to the memory of the Confederate hero Miss Alice Bradley ami Miss Clark of Frankfort who were standing close to the loot of the pedestal had been ap Kiinted by the Orphan Brigade to per form this part of the ceremony and drew the cords which unveiled the monument At the close of Colonel Thompsons address ieneral Buckner the Grey Eagle of Olen Lily in response to the people arose and said briefly that he could add but little to what had already lieen so nobiy said and which covered the life of ieneral Hanson as it was Â¬ Govt Report DR A H STEWAET Kkmkkv PHYSKIAM AND 8URGBON c -- k A Main street over - store ke Covington ft rarararararararar rtf Lufsr f X 1K O KENNEDY RoYal Baking jissa Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE the graves are inscribed the following memorials The surviving members of the Orphan Biigade erect this stone in honor of their commander and his devoted wife Iet this monument witness now and to the coming generation our know ledge of his worth our sense of his valor our pride in his patriotism and our profound conviction that he fell in Lex defense of a righteous cause ington Press Transcript Â¬ The fourteen vearlings which M F Iw yer purchased from Milton Young during March last were shipped yester Â¬ day afternoon to New York from w hence they will be sent on the White Star Line Steamer Majestic to New mark it Kn gland where Mr Dwyer intends to race them having paid Mr Young fl8000 cash for eight sons of Hanover and six sons of Strathmore with that idea in view Deputy U S Marshal Kan I GOLD SILVER OR GREENBACKS Columbus says was del ivered TWINS in PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KhMKKV Smith Building n U of less than 20 min- Â¬ utes and with scarcely any pain after using only two bottles of - Either will aajirJaawi more Dry G000V at White tl Gihaeaa than at any oilier hou e in Richmond 1st we intend to -- From now until Jtilv laughter all kinds of Dr Hosiery at prices that will speak one third oflf No 204 Main Street up k 13- - KNOWLEDGE K K A DR JOHN ML POSTER Pfl VSft I A X AND SUktG Kkn - x tr M Street between Second and evidence at corner Main nue W K VANS M 1 MUM Kkmi Froai the practice of medu ine wn to my- to the destr- - DR T Richmond 1 TAYLOR Surgery - r Kkmivky Yeagers Jewelry 3- - reel 1K H i GIBSON TAX AND PHYSH SURGEON adapting the worlds hot products to the needs of physical being will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy Syrup of Figs Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and plea Bt to the taste the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax ative effectually cleansing the system dispelling colds headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation It hxs given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession because it acts on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it i jierfectly free from every objectionable substance Syrup of Fis i for sale by all drag in die and Kittles but it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only whore name is printed 01 every package also the name Syrup of Fig- ind being well informed you will uot meant any substitute if otfereil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Brinprs comfort and improvement and when rightly used The many who live het than others and enjoy life more with cxienditure by more promptly THK SPLENDID MEETING l LEXINGTON iils to personal enjoyment Not for many years if ever before has the Kentucky Kducational Association known so successful a meeting as that held at Iexington on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of list week The of ficers had planned wiselv and had arranged a program of discussions both The colts were loaded in a palace horse MOTHERS BfaSfmlcar at the Blue Crass Stock Yards at noon before a large crowd of turfmen RraW FRIEND who had come out to have a last look at the sons of two great sires At oclock DID NOT STJFFEH AFTERWAKD in charge of Mr Armstrong the jiglish rXTSpiit by KxpreM ormatl on wewlpt of price rr gentleman w ho was sent by Mr Dwyer 01 OO free botllr Book TO MOTUISRS mailed to see the colts safely across the hi pond uuuinn i itKii itrou ro itianta ex OUI IJY ALL DIUGlIsis the train pulled out and the following youngsters had started on their long tiuns Corsets for theaaselves Glow ami Look at the rbllowiag fbr 1 er prion for easfi 10ej all wool Dress and Silk Waist Half wool Challii told far 85e Is journey Chestnut colt brother to The Com- Â¬ moner by Hanover dam Margarine by Algerine chestnut colt by Hanover dam Golden Reel by Rayon dOr brown colt by Hanover dam Lizzie I bj Onon daga chestnut colt bv Hanover dam Kxtra bv Duke of Montrose el est nut colt by Hanover dam Chiuieiia bv Iroquois chestnut colt by II Hover dam Cvrilla bv Imported Mortimer chestnut colt by Hanover dam Bettie M by Imported Saunterer chestnut colt by Hanover dam Borletta by Baden chestnut colt half brother to Pocahontas by Strath more dam Ilelva by hoajooia chestnut colt by strathmore dam Ocean Wave dam of Ambulance and Once Again by Onondaga bay colt by Strath- Â¬ more dam Glean by Imported Glenehr bay colt by Strathmore dam Patty of Cork by Imported Kyrle Daly bay col half brother to Dr Rice by Strathmore dam Bonnie Lee by Imported Oleigarry Lexington Press Transcript 11th Â¬ 1 000000 People Wear at tut coat In Wait LET THK FINANCE ALONE Kemitkv and 20 Sec- TRY US Fresh MeolFresh Fish Vegetables CHA HOOKER 8UUG YKTKHIXA I S a Specialty s- N ATTORNEYS W R SHACKELFORD ATTORNEY 17 t W K r ct Kit h- - WE KEEP THE II EST And sell it reasonable prices Yon can always obtain value received for your money with us Your ivered any place within orders STEPHEK 1 PARRI8H TORXEY AT LAW KtMRKV Free nf terras the corporation write mc 1 A SULLIVAN TTORNEY AT LAW K fcNTI M M Hamilton 2 kV Co C T WELLS Mac Ma u St ATTORNEY 17 IIIK - Richmond Ky LCSC E EIFSCTOEY 1 k M - W B SMITH ATTORNEY IMOMi - Riclinio mi it- - second nd fourth Tuesdays in earli month S P Deatheragr Ma ier Speed Smith K AT - LA II KrVTILKV D M UHKNAULT IT - ATTORNEYS III Riiimuvii - Kkmicky SEPTAL SFEEST WELBY W BURG IN DENTIST ft Richmond Royal Arch Chapter No 16 third Tuesday in each tnonth I Armer II P J Speed Smith Scc Ricliinond Commander No to Reg ulai meeting the first Tuesday in each Visiting Sir Knight are cordial month D I y invited to aitind Armer i E J Speed Smith Recorder Madison Inlge No 183 at Kirksvillf Siilurdav evening Uefort tii full win R inF every month A J Ross W l Cotton Secretary Kingston Lodge No 31c at Kingston meets Satin day evening before the fall moon in evert month T C Witt Sec retary I M Boen W M Waco Lodge No JjS met- - fourth stnrda in even month W F Fielder W M J II Turpin Secretary Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Joka Union Citv meets second Satuidav in 1 1 cretai Â¬ - - - KtMIlKV Second rrerj month Ilainiiton oha grc Secretarj 1 W M Daniel Boooe Lodge No 4at liooncs txirouyh meets third Saturday mi even Wm liennctt W M S Old month 1U A WILKES SMITH DENTAL SURGE - HOMO - - KlN Street Office 3 Secretarv Bcrea Lnlgc No 617 meets the firf Saturda in each month at 7 oclock p m I I Robaison Secretary E T fish Master O o F I Madison Iodce No 14 meets everv at their hall on Main street Monda s H Thorpe N G EG Parriak V F razee Secretary Boone Encampment No 40 meets every first and third Thur dav ia Odd Fellows L Hall on Main street Richmond Taylor C P L j Frazee Scribe In Main t C M 1 L HAKIMS HMOND M 1 I I LJ R KhNTLlKY n te is J C m Office in and bridge work a specialty hours 9 a ra jug Main ti p n to 4 I MtM AYES MORGAN KicHMoM Office A - YATES - KMiillTS OF HONOR Amitv Ixxige No IC K of H meets in the Odd Fellows eer Friday H Rice Dictator hall at 7 oclock E W Rowland Reporter KNIiHTS OF rVTHIAS DMNTMSTt - Kentucky 3- - Main Street over Madison National White Lojge No 43 K P meets every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows C W Tudor C C hall at oclock C C Honker K of R and S SEEK THE Real Estate FOR SALE The house and lot in Irvine Ky A loveh known as the Riddell house situation and going at a bargain Ten thousand acres mineral and I Stai m Cini and its Contains over tlitc feet fine to uarie COOL RESORTS OF MICHIGAN irajaaaKHmaaW ELEGANT THROUGH WAGNER SLEEPING CARS run daily between Cincinnati and Bay View VIA Mich canic coal ae Four hundred acres coa and timon the waters of Sturgeon s Lee countt Kiat 1 bargain House and thirteen acies of land s Ky The R N I ic B depot will be located on this w lien the road s extended Sta Three hundred acr immense quantities poplar timber of hard wood and and Big Four Route and C W M Railway THE DIRECT ROUTE TO ler lands Old SL Joe Grand Rapids Traverse City Elk Rapids Charlevoix Petoskey and Bay View This is the only line by which passengers to the Traverse Region are landed at Traverse City WITHOUT CH1WGE etc OF ton on R N I V K R R oid clay for encaustic tiling A bargain this Ian I 11 Potters a o- CARS bund - n oms x 100 on the corner of Oak and s T o storv frame house 8 aH and cellar Lot Voung fruit and good lee em e rnation as to time of trains For write any representative Big Four Rou 0 B Martin E 0 McCormick ten1 Pass 4 Tkt Agt Tass Traffic Mgr out build we and lot on K Broadway Rich ith street gocd house ROCK LAST NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ail persons indented to vv r i prior o April 1st iN5 are requested 10 as the business setile same and be setlied up at once Good cutern on the street fines location Custoinari pavrm nts iood lrui good and nutbuiidiiiKk 52- - location There can be neither financial repose nor permanent prosperity m this coun try until the question now pending is W finally and correctly settled As long as a serious agitation is kept up in favor of a change in our standard of value 1T5 neither foreign nor domestic capital will lie lent to our people poa favorable For Boys terms or freely invested in our indusMs n Oalntb For trial enterprises because those who Wear W X nimla sfcsta ae from All Sl le and a pair aiOO to 83 have a cumulated money will not part u leather has t ili h with it when they have reasons to apM I IIiiucIih uliiie reimUn Ihe taair t run name a ml prut is sr prehend that it may be returned to them Tme tioRubstltnte Mass Soul by llHuiKro on ult W 1IiiBIm in a depredated form The inevitable JASZ FREEMAN effect of such agitation will be to conRiclunonl E7 tract the volume of actual circulation by alarming capital destroying com merce and ai resting the spirit of enterprise- among our people Under ordin- Â¬ BICYCLE VS HORSES ary circumstances with a sound currency and a staple financial policy The immediate eoaoeqnenoa fr the Chas Pigg Assignee there is no country in the world which VS 1 Nelson farmers the horse breedHs and the horse olieis such inducements as ours for the composed of 1iolV Newman Shearer according to t ic staowners is seriousinvestment of foreign and domestic cap- Roark Supts Cassidv and Clay and ye All persons having claims against the ital and there is no other country in editor did its work well excepting tin- tistic of farm animals collected by the tinr of Watts Shearer as also Department of Agriculture there v as in Wm Watts and Win Shearer are against the world that has profited so much in iest named who wan necessarily absent hereby d to file the sane legally verified the peat by the rapid development of during most of the period of prepar- this coantry last year 16061139 boil the aggregate value of 769224799 Of the a rth the undersigned Commissioner its resources on account of the confi- Â¬ ation The Committee acted promptly S E SCOTT MC M C C average value of about 48 each If that dence reposed in the credit and honor and enthusasticaily in all things and 3 e half value has tallenoil permanently 01 of the iovernment and the commercial deserves much of t he credit for tin or even one third it is may to compote integrity of the people the meeting The exThe people of other countries have The attendance was larger an more how heavy the loss has been tensive disuse of the borne would ahmaf not only sent their money here in large representative than any one had hoped griculture seriously and compel its amounts in the past to be used in the All expected a goodly number but the Dealers in The demand for the hav construction of railways and factories steady coming of delegates on the trains readjustment 1 and in the development of our mineral and the steady stream to the hall of crop now aggregating toward 70000000 and other natural resources but until meeting were a pleasant surprise to the tons annually and for the oat crop of the stability and value of our currency veterans w ho have for years felt lonely which the yearly production rims to 70 Tinware ai began to be questioned the earnings in their zeal The total attendance of iKKltXH bushels would be diminished enormously if the horse were retired from poa these investments the interests delegates must have nuinliered sKI or A large stock kept constantly on hand and the dividends were also largely ex Â¬ ikk though a far less Bomber enrolled his old fields of activity or if he were So far the comae displaced extensively pended within our limits by the pur and paid the fee of the markets for those prod act KMM dots FARMERS chase of our securities or the There were many strong papers and Im- in our commercial and industrial speeches and the average ot ability was not indicate that there is any occasion for Call on us for A nents of ill kinds But as soon as distrust ot tar above that of previous meetings alarm regarding them enterprises if course the process of restricting the our abifity to maintain the parity of our The symposium on language Teaching field ot the activity of the horse will be BUILDERS gold and silver coins and preserve the by Misses Wilkerson Wiard Maury and We keep in stock everything in the hardware line that you need equal purchasing power of all our mon Bosvyorth was one of the most pointed slow DO matter how far i goes eventually ey begin to be felt in the financial cen clear cut and helpful discussions we have The report that half a million bom were ters of the world the capital which had heard anywhere at any time and would dispensed with by street railways 01 indiWe make specialties of sought our shores liegan to low back have done credit to any educational as viduals last year does not of itself iffbrd reason for fear as to the future These all reinvestments ceased and it became sembly state or national Principal TIN ROOFING AND GUTTERING only about three per How to Groom a horses oonatitoted evident that we were on the eve of a Hannas paper on of the whole number m returned by 40 26 great and perhaps prolonged business Sehoo was crowded with thought cent Moredepression The depression came but bristling with formulated experience te tiie Department ot Agriculture is now passing away business is reviv- lieved with touches of true honor over the decline in the prices of horses has brought them within the reach of ing in nearly every part of the country Many delegates regarded it as the most who could not pay more for the wages of labor are being increased notable effort of the occasion Miss many people them and horse traction is still euiploved in many of our great industries the Schroeders paper on the Training of of business in both prices of oui agricultural products Teachere will leave a lasting impression in the general run tow and country As the demand de many- other cotton wheat corn and The local daily papers gave full and things have gone up in the markets cap- highly creditable reports of the meeting creases too the supply will fall oat It is I ital is beginning to seek the channels of The people of the city took interest in already lessening as have said because bone raising usually has ceased to be trade and everywhere there are uniins the proceedings and by their courtesy takeable indications of a prosperous era and hospitality rendered the stay of the profitable or at least to bring lu ck a know n to fame a head of us if the useless agitation of delegates agreeable and gave them sufficient return to justify the laboi and He then related the incident of his the currency question would only cease pleasant menories of the meeting Never care bestowed on it Machine labor has first meeting with ien Hanson one and let it come did Lexington better acquit itself in not driven out hand labor eutiielv and means so much more than suoiiner evening in the Sierras of New It is strange indeed that any consider- Â¬ making welcome the stranger within her neither will it dispense with the an of He belonged Mexico eiieral Buck able part of our people upon the plea gates Southern School the horse for draught and for other workfyou imagine serious and tier said to a stray company of Kentucky that the times are hard ing purposes in civilization The loe iMatal diseases result irom should persis- Â¬ volunteers who eager to we warfare had tently of the horse also still remains am the continue an agitation which can INCl INSTI 11TK N AL LOCAL trifling ailments neglected OP made their way to Mexico The com- - have no ether effect than to retard the passion for the bicvele cannot destroy or TloN LAW Don t play with INature s 1 paar was atterwanls attached to iener return of prospeiity to themselves and replace it fashion has taken to wheelf greatest gift health al Bucknera Sixth Fnited States Infan ing but it has lost none of its interest in their lellow citizens I say the agitaJudge Saullev has decided in conformi the Horse Show An electric machine He was younger than try If you are feeling the nar- tion can have no other effect than this out ot sorts weak ty with a majority decision of the court may be able to outiiin the spsdiral orse rator said but we were both young because it is scarcely possible anti generally ex that it can of appeals in the Worlds Fair bill that hausted fceious and there we experienced the romance ever result in securing have no appetite the legislation the local option law under which the but horse race are still the most k pilof military life ami cant work lar of amusements The eipiipagss of now demanded To assume that the election was held in this magisterial dis begin at once tak And there on the tahle lands of Mexiing the most relia people of the Inited States will ever trict was uiKoiistitutioiially passed so wealth are not less splendid and they ble strengthening co surrounded by the towering Sierras Horses medicine which is consent to the free and unlimited coin- unless the higher court reverses itself are not growing less numerous thinly inhabited for it was a country of age of legal Browns Iron Bit Â¬ tender silver at the ratio of prohibition does not prevail in this dis of rare and e xt inordinary ipiaiity fetch ters A few botshepherds w ho watched their flocks far 16 to under as high prizes as ever The horse sales tles cure benefit the conditions now exist- Â¬ trict except in Stanford which held a comes from the apart grew up lietween them the ing or likely to ery tmt dose exist hereafter would separate election under the new law auctions during the last vear have been wont stain ysur J friendship that lasted through life They be an many and large and the demand at the impeachment of their capacity to alxiut which there is no question of Uetk and its remained together until after the siege whose destinies pleasant to take J have been committed to validity Recently the court of apeals prevailing prices has been always there of Verra Cruz where tliey first came I their hands and think we decided in the cases against T L Shelton NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL under tires of hostile hosts in which ex may safely assure the world at large at Rowland that an election held in a ASSOCIATION perience Hansons bravery excited the that our present standard of value will magisterial district allected the towns Kidney and Liver Dyspepsia admiration of his companions At the be maintained and that all Neuralgia Troubles our obliga- embraced in it and that the trustees of A Denver telegram of the 9th says expiration of this campaign ien Buck tions public and Constipation Bad Blood private will be honest- Rowland had no right after an election Delegates snd visitors to the National ner and Hanson did not meet again until ly paid in good money Nervous ailments Malaria Carlisle to grant li ense The question of the FMueational Association have practically thrown together in the late war Womens complaints validity of the law was not raised but arrived ami conservative railway mea es- Â¬ n Ruckuer said in It is needless Ot rmlv the eciiuine it has crossed red PLAIN TALK since the indictmeul of Judge Baofley timate the number at 40U0 hues on lie- wranuer All others are sub- to speak of his courage conclusion Hi receipt of I wo 2c stamps we slituu i and the constitutionality of the passage The Council of Education held its final You have just heard it recounted in elc nd set ji Tei Beautitul Worlds It is rumored that Gen Hardin will of the law will lie tested In the mean meeting to day It was in executive Fair ViwA and book tree ipient terms r BROWN CHEMICAL CO BALTIMORE MO continue the discussion of the currency time the saloons will continue to run if session wholly devoted to business mat He thanked the eople for having question and also advocate bimetallism tVMi Sairm ftajiam the county judge will grant them license ters called upon him and said he had come as some people call free silver coinage following officers were electee is not likely as he had refused to which The to laxington on that day for admiration just as vigorously as he did during his do so on the application of Judvje ShelBRIDGEFORDS H S Tarhell Providence R L Presof the honor borne with the Orphan any lor the nomination We do not ton If the court of appeals sustains ident Brigade and ien Roger II Hanson believe though that Gen Hardin has itself and Judge SauHev the district is Karl Barnes Menlo Park Col Yice RANGE The Call of the Roll on High being any such intention He recoguizes as in the same condition as before the elec- lnsident sung the crowd adjourned to the plaie we all do that the money problem as tion was held and another will have to SecreBettie A- Datton Cleveland SEE THEM ot the Confederate graves where the far as Kentuckys own affairs are con- Â¬ be ordered if the local optiouists sodecide tary and Treasurer services were concluded The mon cerned was settled by the Louisville EXAMINE THEM petition the comity court in the preCharles Decarmo Swarthmouth Ia uuient here was beautifully decorated convention The policy outlined by and D L Kiehle Minneapolis Minn J R PURCHASE THEM and a company of children in white that convention is defined in a platform scribed manner Stanford Journal and J M Miss Jackson Preston frocks scattered Howers over the graves that every candidate on the State ticKet NEW CITY IN GEORGIA ireen Trenton N J Kxecuti T Com Auld Ling Syne was sung followed is obligated to stand upon and any demittee by Rev by the benediction pronounced aaaaatcCgagJ --p viation from the principle contained I The first An Atlanta telegram says The Council then adjourned E L Southgate The bugle sounded therein will be treachery most contempti I vB of the settlers in the big Federal soldiers and the veterans fell into line of march ble and fatal in its consequences The IOCK AND DAM colony to be established in Southwest and the hand burst again into the strain Democratic gubernatorial candidate is organized by ex Governor eorgia of Iixie not the man to accept the nomination Northern have arrived and are arranging The- difference between the High The monument is a square nheff of and then refuse to abide by the condi Bridge Lumber Company and the Initot for those who are to follow gray granite highly polished with the imposed He is honest will be I Fitzgerald ot Ohio will reach here States iovernment has been ailjuit eil rough stone in relief The apex of the true to his party and himself and will to night to pay the first installment of The government iatonda buiMing a luck shaft is surmounted by a cannon ball of Ct his obligations bv conducting the SILoOOO on the purchase price of 4kV nenr the companys property just llow highly polished granite campaign upon lines laid down by the 000 tbe bridge ami the company claimed The following are the various inscrip- majority Danville Advocate proceedings damages Legal The colony has been staked off and tions on the monument its town site which will he called North were instituted anil the company Oen Roger W Hanson JllMiE ANDERSON GOE8 TO en City will spring into life iu a few Bom Aug 87 1837 OKLAHOMA months upon the arrival of the first lu Vuur Blond Wounded at the colonists Battle of Judge W H Anderson formerly of They are expected to come after har- Is the cause of that tired languid feeling Stone River Jan J The this plaice was yesterday appointed by vest iu August in an immense wagon which afflicts you at this season in Died Jan 4 IC hlojd is impure and has become thin snd Register of the train Rresident Cleveland M the opfMisite the follow ing land Office a Enid Oklahoma The That U why you have no strergth poor Virginia Peters office pays 3000 per year Judge AnWHAT KENTUCKY PA Y8 Purify our no appetite cannot sleep i blood wife of derson has held a position in the Land with Hoofs Sarsaparilla wiich Roger W Hauaon office at Washington for the past two It is estimated that Kentuckys reven Â¬ will give you an appetite tone your Horn An years His appointment comes as a proÂ¬ ue receipts lor the votnach aiui invigorate your nerves Oct 16 motion which carrios with it an im will be something The The Mother of the Brigade oer year in his salary Shelby amount contributed by the Bluegrass Hoods Pills are easy to ralers in Hardware and Tin war eutinel State last y action and sure in ell sit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ valuable and interesting The authors of the lending articles upon the various subjects prudently avoided the Kentucky apeakerl customary oil hand carelessness and gave insteid well matured papers of close thought and permanent value Scarcely had the eehoeeof last years meeting at Danville died away when President Rhoads ably seconded by Viea President iiillion Secretary n rothers Treasurer Mrs Tucker and President Raw lings of the Superintents Section began to get the Association in trim for the Lexington meeting At once the rank and file showed their in terest ill the early preparation and began 96 to feel that the administration of would mirk an era in the Associations history and so it has trulv No mistake was made m selecting Lex ington as the meeting place for 1885 The local educational forces have the confidence and support of the city and county and most lilierallv have both re sponded to the local committees request for money and work The committee Â¬ WJJouglasSuOes HAND SEWED PROCESS BEST IN THE Pattens we have an endless imiiitif 1 H will pay yon to price them the reduction will astonish voti WORLD 5oot 300 Hosiery Corsets and Gloves which for qualitj and pri you 400 350 250 225 lrii 250 200 cant touch elsewhere Ganse and Ufa din Cntlci your own price Give this 30 day easb sale yoor attention We mean BUSINESS ksaV it w ill save you money Respectfully ll -- White GREAT Men- - Gibson Mens Gaaae Undershirts Balbriggan Undersfa loiitr and short sleet Â¬ bsisner1 I Â¬ Â¬ Mens Balbriggan Drawers J Iadi - and p A Â¬ BARGAINS Mens Laundrietl Shir large stock to select from Call Â¬ 1 TAYLOR BROS ami see them before von boy Fans Fans We want to supply HHRDWHR hm AT every man woman ami child in Richmond with fans shut fans A i 1 Ipea ami 5 8 ami 2 tiuef line at ami 93c iu Dont Â¬ Â¬ fail ELDERS what we have in above line Parasols Parasols We hav immense line of Uatbrellas and Parasols at 39e up Lap Robes Â¬ Â¬ Je 1 up Â¬ Â¬ BARGAIN Window Shades lOe complete Curtain Ioles W -- V up Â¬ Â¬ - 11 Â¬ Â¬ In Poor Health r f ell more Envelopes and la else- Â¬ jer for 5c than 1 1 ymi bay where for STORE 39- - c per yard Matting Table U Cloth 15c er yard inches wide Gurney Patent Refrigerators KrasuiH Why tin- - liunifj Hutsell All I nupeiiir- - Â¬ First The Gurney having a removable galvanized ice compartment makes it the onlv cleanable refrigerator and being tree j Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Browns Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Elron Â¬ 1 Bitters 1 It Cures Â¬ Â¬ from damage by the ice pick overcomes a 1 The ur common fault ot refrigerators 1 S 1 -- 3 a ney is so constructed that the ice dies not come in contact with the sule wails thus preventing all condensation or sweating on the inside lining an important feature of cleanline s and durability apsw asm J When the dryness is tested Second Gurney preference is given to the Third Experimental tests have proven that a pound of ice will cold and hold at a lower and more even temperature more cubic inches of space in a Gurney than in anv other known icirigerator Fourth Standard authorities show by aBBBBBBamnrc actual tests that mineral wool with which the Gurney - packed is the onh perfect in ulator or nonconductor for tilling walls Fifth A test will show that the Gurney has the freest circulation Sixth The Gurnev bv reason of its free circulation will show in one third the time from two to four degrees lower temperrture than am Other rrtriJ ritor on the CENTRY market Yours in improvement- - SHACKELFORD fiivln - -- Â¬ msj Finally Settled The Silver Question To restore prosperity and contentment in this city ami Madi on cottntv call at our NEW STORE and exchange your silver for the cheapest good- - in Richmond Cottons Â¬ Â¬ ECONOMIST - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Corsets Gloves Collars Culls Â¬ Calicoes Ginghams Handkerchiefs Fans Ties Socks Suspenders Pants Overalls - Percales Nainsooks Satincs Hamburgs Laces Purses Soaps Towels Â¬ award-0uo-Tim- Shirts Trunks - Â¬ Shoe ard Oxford- 63 Sold Richmond jfosienj Our pcbbij Â¬ CUD MI w c 41 R T Hays No 9 First St 40 Richmond Ky aS -- J MMMMMMaaamiaaMMaaMaMaaagSaMSamaMaMaiaMaalSISMaMaMeSMaSMSMSSMSMSamSamSlSXW THE CLIMAX PUBLISHKU IVUV WEDNESDAY BY DISINTEGRATING The free liver conference in Michigan be DeiiHKratii Silver Convention in were dismal failures The craze in priing up It couldnt stand U hive the calcium light ii facts Bad i ic turned oil it n Time TROTTING AT LEXINGTON Â¬ THE RECENT iARRARD COUNTY HOMICIDE The Ianeagter Record gives this account of the Best Xunn tragedy Xunn bad been working for Best on his farm and several days ago in making a settlement they fell out over a difference of thirty five or forty cents Vbile they were quarreling a woman came along with some chickens to sell Best oflered to buv them and Nunn told her that she had better get her money first for Best would not do what he promised Best then gave Nunn a cursing It is reported that as Xuiis left he said Ill kill Bill Beet if I have to wayiav him The trouble was thought to have ceased here On last Monday morning liest went to a blacksmith shop at Ixiwell to get some mowing blades ground He had to puss Xnnns house and as he was returning coatlessand horseback Nunn fired on Dim Nunn tired from the inside of his house and Best could not have possihly seen him He fired both barrels of a shot gun loaded with buck shot at Best who fell from his horse to the pike Xunn then ran out and fired several more shots from a pistol into the now dy ing mans body Xunn went immedi atelv to Fiaba store and gave himself up to deputy sheriff Billy Lawsoii who brought him here and placed him in jail Bests body was carried to his home near hy One witness says that Best was riding along w histling when Xunn fired through a small window in his house Best was certainly not execting trouble as he was in his shirt sleeves and had no weapon w batever The remains were inlmed in the Lan The Climax Printing FRENCH TIPTON D P AKMKi M Co KltlTol naiee lltlC K PKK YKAli 150 APPRAISEMENT aUeek and It M ReM Ml appraised the personal jiroperty of the late Mis C Inskcp ami returnee lovernineiit 1mii1s 30000 Clark 00 layette County - and other winds and notes guing 104JK4 M sple heir huh will inherit abotn ATVESTISIirO RATES SPACE i oo i sci3 mj oolf ii oo - lcx TURNS AND ETCHES SHORT WEDNESDAY sTUK UK niv Vori UK The new trotting track nenr Louisville rcnt Irmii all otbwi in that it has short This it i will admit of a horse going n the turns w itfaotl feeling the strt-tiK- tukkt i A boa I uo It is bel me Far Journal 1N IN UOYLE luisticls to the acre MM to weld of the liest crops of iii Boyle county Squire John - n i Spilmen about d ral corn at 275 delivered IGtfDI HI W P Uivena sold his crop at the mill a of arheat not yet thrashed Mi miller I i the Hustonvilie 7 V delivered The lav before mp to the II al sine IS i in ice Advo Â¬ cate A iNK IX I OOUXTY at Liberty e E -- - Lank Ml M m itt were here Sat-l - i t POINTED FINANCIAL PARA- ORAPIIS United Kingdom Agricultural Gazette D which will lie a Mya wheat acreage is lowest on record arill hank be modeled The The time is passed when denunciation and Corn Trade News estimates it will n de- will amount of rapil not ield over 48000000 bushel Indian of Cleveland and Carlisle will answer for npen hoi it will Ik- - eitlM crop reported from six provinces is 208 argument ford Journal The time is named when history can 640000 bushels against 228486100 hush II1VII Will IKUlM 11M l ESTILL els last year and 228400100 bushels he misquoted the record falsified and average for seven years They have much noise take the place if reason in A ludge shipped 5013000 bushels April to June the discussions of public questions OMal Th mas 11 Mines of this city has been The tune for all these things is passed Li against 3088000 bushels last season u and litt d ly tiniixernor a Special Russian exports since August to June and the time is come for the sulistitiition n ii- ui of court in the Es- r ii- - of argument for assertion of reason for 26 are 12848000 bushels against niitv ciicuit or the trial of Thomas ikhi bushels last season Argentine ship- - abuse and truth for fiction if the advo ind Jesse Lnnaford menta Jan 1 to June 22 are kltiiKii eates of free silver hope to permanently ijed with detaining a woman against hush against 37040000 bush last season peisuade the people ill Judge lliies arill himself tix There must he no more evasion no ed on Prairie Fanner gave condition of winIn- time holding the court and ter wheat 657 spring 984 indicating more taking it out in loud talk but a disle time in Aug- tinct and definite refutation of these facts 438000000 bushels com acreage as 83 ii int ii i The per capita circulation of the United 000000 condition lioi oats condition In the three year old 220 ckmi the well States today is graater than at any time 81 Mij i WHEAT known nare Scour inc by Wihna 219 II IlUN MiW No estimate of Xorth western crop is previous to 1873 dam the celebrated Mamie hy Star Al The circulation of no free silver country useful that does not figure on a decreased nlaint among the mont won Sconrine lost the first heat ellr exceeds five dollars per capita acreage The mills of the Xorthwest tality of wheat to Moloch by Warhxk dam Miss Abbott mav lunatic There was not a dollar of either silver le very early and heavy buyers says The Louisby Strath more in 218 and won the next when it and very little spring wheat reach Chica or gold in circulation in ls7 is it v Mir 20L 2181 two in Both Moloeii and t and the best quality Sconrine were good perfonnera in their go except M Hour in transit Minneapo Â¬ is claimed that silver was demonetized KJMMI The iovernment of the Cnited States lis and Duluth ground last year he maiket The rai form med fifty three Hnnn many silver 130100300 bushels Minesota and the eater The Independent stake for pacers of two Dakotas raised according to Oovern dollars in the last sixteen years as during if No 2 all ages n the 230 class was cn f won hy Mill THE PAH HOT meut s7 millions A 10 per cent shrink- its whole hrevious history which is the standard there is Repetition by Red Wilkes dam by John age in There is not a single nation of the first their acreage would give acreage ittle cowing in Most the wheat This horse has a trotting record of say 7lKKKl If they get bushels class on earth that practices free coinage i poor quality of 219 taken in 1889 He is now ten There is not a bimetallist in Furope yield they should raise 108000100 lor that grade It is not well filled out id He won in straight heats the bushels or nearly enough for local mills but looks with alarm and dread upon the kes much ofl and He is ahle to pace I 219 Many predict marketing of winter wheat 10 to heresy in this country in price be- - much faster if required The third day Never in the history of silver coinage will he very light this month ami that 2 and No is from J to K Aklonso by Xofalesse dam Lena Mapea arked the lower grades are li by Louis Napoleon Won in the 240 class the commercial winter wheat States will hy the 1nited States previous to 1873 id have none to spare That the average was the commercial value of metals ig2 in straight heats the time being 18 yield will lie under 10 bushels per acre nored in fixing a ratio S Major H C McDowell IMPORTANT SUIT There is not a free silver country on Borne think no winter wheat will leave owns both the sire and dam of Aldonso I itlh the Atlantic coast unless from Chicago earth when the wage earner is not the The suit brought in the Stanford Cir- - Xobleen is a very richly hred home le elevators the price is now about ou a slave of the capitalist iug by Dirtntor dam lugue dam of McRobei One billion two hundred million peo- Â¬ parity with other markets and invites George Wilkes atiumil I the Ii Stewart iy by the her shipments Last July and August ple in the world today are living under d to Mr Ncrli And be d dam Betsy Trotwood g in Ken dam of Ihallas i by Judge Sautlcv a free silver dispensation The money lut nil an on and w hlch ever it by lark Chief The lain of primary receipts were less than 56100100 of these people is worth its bullion value ii favor of the plaintiffs The is a canty Kerlie He bushels This year they are expected Aldonso is a sister to Jerome Eddy 2184 the suit a Mr McRoberts The Lord protect the bacL and neck fifty cents on the dollar The pop not to exceed or equal one third that Aldonso is a horse and his of honest Mr Ncrii Iminjatrator of ulation of the United States is less than much This one of the last verses ever writto which office he was ap- performance m all that could be a kei six per cent of these millions Figure New wheat is arriving at primaiy win pointed in Under the ver- from his splendid hreeding Xohlesse ter wheat markets iu quantities about out how 0 per cent is going to control ten by Robert Louis Stevenson is in was injured when a colt hut has a record t dict rota Mr Me M per cent and it tan then lie proved reference to the portrait of himsell of 224 Every horse in this race main- sufficient to care for domestic wants iitecn Minimum winter wheat and maximum that 56 cents worth of silver can lie which is given to the public with his tl in the heirs tained e position which he made independent of the government verse for the tirst time in the July Cos b aldose first heat excepting Prince hy Welling- spring wheat crop are expected - attered all moplitan The lines might have come is a gMid spring wheat crop injured after guarantee worth loo cents from the pen of Burns and are inimitatry Mr Mcfiobertc bjm ton dam thoroughhred who was fourth this date except by hot winds in the ViiVrN KVtAtK i tSTUhKl IIUilli in the first and second heats ami dis DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS IN 1806 ble in their way The jiortrait was de of this Xorthwest The bears predicted ampin tanced in the third McRoberts of Stanford clared by Stevenson himself to be the The aecond race on the third day was wheat supplies and lower prices had J Breckinridge R J Breckin- In This same Ex Senator J W Camden of West lust ever painted of him come to stav etc scarcelv a hundred leanie won hy Lizzie Harold iu straight heats ii Pan vile and William Welch days hail passed before wheat had ad Virginia is a pretty good observer of umu number of The Cosmopolitan Kudyard nford were counsel lor the heirs the bat time being 30 All that seems vanced 5 i per cent or to IL36 while and measures He keeps abreast of the Kipling tells an Indian storv to which lit was brought in 1891 and was to he known of her hreading is that she moving one of Americas largest crops times and is ahle to give at any time an Remington adds charming illustrations J Breekin-- is by a son of Harold originally in th Speculation has been large The trade intelligent opinion of the political situa- Mrs Burton Harrison makes a serious Col K p a hig stallion of reinarkahly Ji who collected the evidence York society m The have made more money and are now tion He takes a cheery view of the out- study of New Hit Verdiand shaped the papers up The esse tine style and appearance was lame dur- Â¬ waiting to re invest Myth of the Four Hundred and Kate Many believe in a look for Democratic success When ask nd the women will doubt the Court of Ap-- ing the entire race and if occasioned no general way that the surplus of the 1894 ed what bethought of Democratic pros- Â¬ luglas Wiggin contribute a story of t the heroic surprise that he was distanced in the Danville Adv one of the most delightful of Welsh it will not much more than equal pects lor JSHi he said m As third heat The second heat was made and Two or three months ago I wouldnt treats The Cosmoplitan was with this half our average exports and that we ing a ENCOURAGING in the remarkahlv slow tinte of 2324 and SADDLE HORSES are again Hearing minimum prices and have given a copper for the chances of number reduced to ten cents per copy g ve rbe to a strong suspicion that the Democratic party Since then there and aa a consequence notwithstanding an opportune tune to make purcl - hot to lie Mi The Mexii lair Association Santos the only animal in the ran- capa Clapp iV Co New York its large addition it was out of print on has been a marked change in public senmires the hlier- - ble of driving out Lizzie Harold was be Â¬ timent due largely to the improvement the third dav of publication ally if not judiciously Her driver was called to A guaranteed ing mid up that has taken place throughout the iiUi ALAIN BUSINESS PROSPECTS veeisLakes the stand and warned and all lels were CC11B81JUNDKCE country Cattle have gone up so has mare or gelding to he declared off In the third and last heat Duns Review Xew York speaks most wheat so has cotton so has iron so has Tl liter Santos was driven out and was a close a during the fair July ath to Aug encouragingly DOVLEsVlllE wages All these things rebound to the Bng ui from the The same amount of money dis second in LlM at the tmish -Everything appears to be much in The midsummer reKrts from all com- credit of the party and my belief is that utliern Magazine which tributed over a full classification The last race on the programme in mercial in need ot rain here now centres are of especial interest it will triumph in 1666 irn came from some other similar which rings for young stallions and lillies which there were eight starters was the covering the questions on Corn is looking well in this section Some months ago when things were which the fuand the unexpired included would much batter siim lJ7 class trotting It was won by May ture of business depends Thev indicate not looking so well as they do now I en owing to the backward season us will be Med oat hvSrih- I the h reeding f aad flower a bay mare by Earl 223 dam distinctly bettor Miss Mary Walden ot Fayette county irop prospects than countered an old farmer of my county to which the remain Int our Southern friends Ladv Shsw breeding not given Mav- - Other official or commercial accounts a who complained awfully of the hard visited relatives aud fiiends here last old i former to like to have the Money go all lower is a new and her record marked increase in retail How hard il is for the South f main distribution of times and the scarcity ot money He week in a wad to two or three men leaving of 1 L7 takes in the tirst heat was very Miss Maggie Jett of Mt Sterling who products an active demand for goods said it was all due to the demonetization and the trouble titers holding the hag It is much creditable She was entered and drivn and a general enlargement of the work- of silver and we would never have pns has been visitiug relatives of this place will continue so long It lit I U equitable Bture jodhions and more byC C Van Meter who was also the ing force with some advance in the perity again until a free silver was enact- Â¬ has returned home itinue h send their productive of U sought to give a driver of Claude M The K rformance wages of more than half a Manna Maggie Lizzie and Roy iott million hands ed The other day I encountered him patroness home nto larger nun her of men of Mayflower must have leen quite a and hoi At the same time thev show that the again Md- oiitiniit dudioiih The He looked smiling and contented and Mr Waid Gott of Richmond have chan insolation to him after his disappointMoney through rapid advance in prices has somewhat ami in answer to my inqui y replied O been visiting at this place ii made f the ticatione by honor of ment with Claude M Her slowest heat checked baying of a few David Thomas who has been to Hot le had they extended to it the aid it classes of Im getting oKiirst rate Just sold two w inning a stake or championsbip is SO and she won in straight agreal heats products In every part of the i ountry heef cows lojafce cents a at their hands pound and got Springs Ark for his health has returned reward in itself and it should not carry Joe Alcyone that trotted second in this the outlook for fall trade is considered my iMK ketsBmed full of money somewhat improved but not well vet with it the btrgew share the jirie race woa n any friends by his game bright Mr and Mrs Thornton Bush of Clark IlH AND SUA kit tttUIMK To U But bow almutfree silver I queried A distribution of thi- - n finishes ind the excellent race horse COIN til county were with the latters relatives Nothing disturls the money market Free silver be blamed As long over a well arranged classification will quality which he displayed the government begins the new fiscal can get live cents a pound for my cattle during the recent protracted meeting at work much greater yMxl t isidering the classes at this meeting year with more med e who think th this place than the required gold what do I care about free silver lie the time made was good The greatest reserve nin l States are idle They think and the disbursement of nearly That old farmer voiced a universal Rev J I Wills preached to a large horses of the Kentucky stables are now money in the v aio that then 0000 hv corporations in interest sentiment Men care r HAY aWnt from the State at the various and dividends will stimulate business in stractions of finance asnothing for the ab Â¬ audience at this place on Tuesday the from tha tr and ai long as l hev can 9th and baptized one person in the river meetings and as the Lexington many Tbe Kentucky Stock Kami says Standard wouhl leave the nuiiitrv We racing branches The latest agreement sell something at a remunerative price near here the same day meeting ha- - been attended almost or of railroad presidents is without nv metal money at all The uige upon the farmers and treated at Chica Prosperity kills agitation of that sort very Rev B F Cosby closed on Sundav the of providing them- - unite exclusively local horses it was not go as meaning more than usual and ship- quicklv and prosperity is the invincible ecrssitv hat there were 7th a very interesting series of meetings under the circumstances to have leen ments - with substitutes for hay luring the hive increased amounting for allv of the Democracy iiuar Democrat held at the M E church at this place 1st to In winter Timothy hav sells now for expected that very remarkable speed four weeks to 20697 tons Eastbonnd the A X OTHER IMPROVEMENT conducted by Rev L G Wailaceof Sal should have heen made except in a few against country It was added ton during the height of the 17 Mi last year and 208118 in visa assisted bv the noted singer Mr iy voung horses or at least large quantitv held bj th Earnings ot railroads in June thus MMOn Inless the deliciency ol In passenger train service from Lex- John Jeff of Mortonsville There were a without any remarkable previous careers far 870 in the reported amouni lv other mens it nfti ington commencing July tthtbeChes- - great many conversions some additions ieri 3g ththe results of Cnited states and are li8 per provide rougl that for the same cent larger apeake and seven infants baptized and everv- this meetii an aduiirahle ami Ohio Railway The than last year but k for borsm and Hungarian 17 per cent less er through sleeping car put OB anoth- bodv much impressed with the wondermeeting passed off without any unpleas- than in 1868 line between liars was gram can j The payments through Lexington We have heard of no atant incidents Washington and New York ful sermons of Rev Wallace Ough It clearing houses for the first week ol July p the hi is much hettcr than tempts The F F Y train leax ing Lexington at at jobs There were no unsatis- matted with metal timothy and answers an excellent purhave been 266 percent larger than last moie fi a in daily carries a through sleepfactory decisions and nothing to mar the evsoi Corn sown or vear though 7 per cent smaller than er to Washington instead ef a chair car ire of the spectators The meet Oats were never better K AND GRAIN IX JARRARD ery abund in the same week of 1802 June payÂ¬ plante for fodder al ting will jio down in the history of trotto Ashland as formerly Returning this Six hundred people attended the tent nt provender antly and mak ment average larger than in 1803 the ting races as one of the many slice train lesves New York at S oclock a m meeting Sunday N V h r feeding Rroaddus iJlwwill panic year in every section but are Washington eutertaint icnts gien by the Kentucky m and arrives at leaK one xt winter air of extra cattle for Jo about 610000000 daily less than in Mav Corn is about all laid by am looks Association of Trotting Horse lie Lexington 35 a m next morning The I its is measures there will U a and about 612000000 daily or 0S jkt well considering the hosts of spring Kent uck v Stock Kami Slecepergoes on to Louisville via of J X liroaddns a bunch of M II ring animals next winter cut less than in June NL Rev Parsons will pitch his tent at E K arriving there at 1L09 noon The and piovi addns bo i ents The advance iu iron continues and the CIHRCII REPAIRS live service on night train remains the same Wisemantown about Saturday ssarv dence Thomas Company has raised anthracite Kemember that you save three hours him a good bearing Exn No a ioail of butcher iigai Iistc hrrn oommemi per ton another Comparison way by taking the Chesapeake aud Mr ami Mrs T H Btrker Irvine I land can beaowa in rye B War or mi lerior of the Christian of prices for various iron products shows Ohio By Consult a C AO map and were greeted by many old friends ami is an advantage ti the church nford mi The work will include new car an advance ranging from 722 per cent Ber I schedule before arranging vour trip neighbors at the meeting Sunday new ire for eiiu jer hushhws a new baptistry new since February for wire nails to 7 1 per W BjUUiKY Elbert Wagers having lost some t at l aved s sale r new class rooms lor the front ior anthracite pig and in all kinds District Passenger Agent hy dogs sold the rest fearing he s Sunday School and other purposes cent The demand ami igton Kv em also Kill the worthless cure mddenly that About and raise pigs instead - while at loveDr Prices Cream Baking Powder me tune sjbo The hsndsouii craft Woi ld Fair Highttt Medal aad Diploma ink v of the Tii iter which ir The midsummer meeting of the Kenof Trotting Horse tucky Association Brandon held at lxington was a three diys meeting and while not distin guished hy what is regarded as pheno mena speed the different events were as a rule genuine horse races and afforded excellent entertainment to the spectators The weather was uniformly good and tie attendance fair At Lexineton the big crowds attend the fall meetings where sensational trotting prevails There WM a lmmI deal of disappointment in the nsfforassMM of the grey gelding He was a great horse Claude M Lnlil last year and won at lexington with such apparent ease that great hopM were tained of his future His owner and driver Mr Van Meter participated with the spectators in the good opinion which had ln en formed hy those present M to his ability to win and is said to have He won the first hacked him lilierally heat in LlLll hut as he paced half the dis Â¬ tance ls set hack to the last Hsition He was never in the race afterwards and was drawn in the fifth heat and the MM was won by the very handsome and game little Yaldemeer mare Vanity It required seven heats to determine what - should take the money Claude Ms breeding is unknown ami his per Comma at Iexington as a green horse induced many people to suppose that he in exjierienced campaigner This turned out however to he a mistake by Reeoreer and Hnaselem by Blacks llamhletihian took second and third inoie The winner of the race Rutherford that now carries a record of is a Tennessee hred horse He is a promising colt and we have given his breeding elsewhere Etta Red that wen the first heat in tMi is a daughter of Red Wilkes dam Molly Mac hv llar11 she K an elegant mare and will he heard from hereafter In the 135 race Birdie Clay hy Jay Bird dam Florence Clay by Porreal Clay probably had the moat speed of any of the coi lestants She is said to U ahle to trot a mile in 216 She is however very ditliiilt to control and after w inning in 218 m the lirst heat she was dis tanced in the second owing not to want Of speed hut to very had acting Neal by Vandal Wilkes won the race All the four beats were trotted in 2 18 except the Al- Â¬ which was trotted in I though this time is not regarded as ex Â¬ tremely last it iscertainlv very ere lita ble for the 235 n the second dav Prince Edsall wliose record was 2184 ii year won in the L 17 class lowering his record in the third beat to 216f He ia by Princeton dam Lady Edsall lv Westwood The first heat was w on hv loiigla ol Egbert and out of a mare hv Mar AlÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eaatat Best eeaastery Tuesday afternoon leaves a wife who was a Miss Ballard of I ower Oarrard The case was called before Judge Burn side yesterday hut was continued unt Monday The defendant is represented by apt Herndon and ewis L Walker while I Mort Rothwell will assist County attorney Johnston iu the prosecution Â¬ being an nounced the priie here has advanced from SI 7 in April to 2226 or about percent The shipments of boots and shoes continue the largest ever known for ttie season in number of cases but retail sales have been somew hat checked by the advance in prices which tables elsew here snow has averaged Lli44 per But leather has cent since January advanced 511 per cent and bides 798 per cent during the same time Wool is stronger Ixith here and abroad the lyondon 6aes opening July 2nd at higher prices and the average for 1 40 qualities of domestic wool quoted by Coates brothers has risen nearly half a cent since June 15th Sales have been enormous though largely speculative but exceeding those of May and June in any previous year being 2S7hi5 do- Â¬ mestic and 274H7100 foreign against 24232400 domestic and 16675150 foreign iu 1892 There is a growing reorder de mand for heavy weight woolens and manv new kinds of light weights have been opened with notable irregularitv in prices some lower and others higher than last year But the manufacture is lietter sustained thus far than any expected and the feeling is very hopeful especially as lalsir troubles have sub stantially ended Prices of cotton goods also continue to advance and the mills are generally well employed Speculation has advanced cotton three sixteenths though the crop news ib fa- Â¬ vorable hut has depressed wheat two cents in spite of estimates that the yield has been materially reduced since June 1st Every year the crop reports are less influence and the time is ripe for the radical change in gov rnment estimates which the Department proposes The year closes with more than LtiOO0IO bales American cotton available here and abroad and with at least 65100000 bushels surplus wheat although some make the quantity 3OJ0fXLj0OO bushels larger The crop of oats is certain to be large and the prospect for corn has greatly improved within the past few when prices were low is Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For the Climax Florida BEAUMONT COLLEGE at d Â¬ WHEAT w eeka 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Mr and Mrs M Hacker her brother and little son were cm sts ol Mrs W I Leeds Bandar and of their old frieuds the Benton family Sundav night They returned to Irvine Monday Ten pen oils were immersed near the old ml dcirick Sundav Ihere were a THE number of additions otherwise and the old Drowning Creek congregation was It is about one hundred resuscitate years old OF The best of order and the best of feelpool ing prevailed throughout the meeting -Some four centuries ago the people of just closed and great good has resulted Europe believed any thing of America Let us al be careful to make further BREEDERS WERE SELECTED FROM THE REST HERDS of thh which had a dash of the wonderful in it progress Ieace on earth gonl will breed olhosjs m several Stales A splendid lot of pig lor sale from registered Among other things that iu Florida the Add among Man should be the sentiment of SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Correspondence solicited name of a greatlv larger territory than all this state now embraces was a magical Ky R H The new church will be delisted on Fountain whose waters could restore and Sunday tie fourth dav of August Arperetuate youthful vigor Ponce da rangements are in progress for sjiecial Lena was governor of Cuba and incurtrains and Prof Harvey of Louisville ring the wrath of King Ferdinand of has been engaged to assist Bar Paraona Spain he WM deposed Thus disgraced in conducting the ceremonies It will be in his old age he sought the fabled Founa great dv fir lanola Baste this in tain 1612 on Easter Sunday he In HEALS your hat a id come You will he well CURES landed iu Florida and named it either in fed Cuts Colic and cm spend the day pleasantly of the dav or from its flowers honor He Burns Cramps and profitably Bruises DiarrH never found the Spring and went the i A stranger from the East got oil the Scratches Flux way of all the earth train at Panola Friday In reply to qaee- Bies of Cholem Six miles from Brandon on the Alalia Animala and Morbus lions hv Mr Iliins he said he could large sulplmi spring with wonriver is a Bugs Etc Nausea hardlv tell his business but it is believed Changes of derful healing properties that manv sax Tastes Good he is interested in the discovery of minWater Etc is the original Fountain of Youth It is Smells Good erals as he nee Med interested in the I said to wash away the stains from a had BREAKS UP A COLD Station Camp country But he may he character I am not feeding you on a only a Solo EmirwHciiE25 aho 50c Pen Bottle No Relief Mo Pat i tramp He said be had been al 50c size contaics two and one half times as much as sjl bottle lot of fairy tales for the things are here most ever w here m HERB MEDICINE CO SPRINGFIELD O d seen and known of all men The new church is about covered evww wvev evevev d Astoryforthe tun loving A gentle- weather boarded painted and the floor man whom I shall not identify went put down and Material has been ordered alligator hunting Seeing one he leveled for the inside work Some debt is on his gun over a log and fired The log the house and let no one who can tail moved suddenly into the river and to aid this worthy enterprise it the disciple of Nimrod retired hastily much needed and the people are ior Our cigar people are always busy Kemember the deed says it is to le free They send out nearly all they make each to all respectable denominations when Xew factories are being built and week not in use iy Baptists the end is not yet Cigars are made here Bomb sheep bare beea killed hv dogs which sell at one dollar each As 1 never in the neighborhood lately When M use the weed in any form I cannot testiA Logsder found that his two doo were fy as to their excellence WHAT DOES IT MEAN The tirst tobac guilty he promptly burned Hiwder Ire co sent to England came from Florida It trin tKit th Qnen an I Ci nt ateflnal is IT milee irWs land shot in a double hariel shotgun Until 1616 U0 other colony raised tobacco pointed at the doge Mnrrill says he I onniuli to tuttantxa ill In or Jan knf die Sir Jobn Hawkins introduced it inte will guarantee this to cure dogs of the England in 1666 from this state In SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS quality Florida tobacco equals the finest sheep killing habit every time He says htween rrr nad hree-he dont fed the least uneasy about his and Havana w rappers dogs ever hungering for mutton any more A Ca u kii u ia made at Lcjunuai Let the remedy he tried on more lions W T KIKAKOV and sheep sill he safer Gire it to them LATE UTEBABY NEWS Gen I I iadr Agent inn O inatanter QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE O will he paint me the way want ONE l AHKTii WASHINGTON AND A bonny as a girlie BALTIMORE AND RETURN Or will he paint me an ugly tyke Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Mid Summer Carnival was oH nel Wednesday the 3rd inst by racing at Tampas new race course Thursday a sunrise salute procession orations music racing and fireworks and Friday racing bike and watermelon racing were the chief features of the carnival The pyro- Â¬ technic display near the Tampa Bay Hotel was splendid yet not up to the expec- Â¬ tations excited by the announcement of a thousand dollar display This was not Iarge the fault of the City however crowds from everywhere were in attendance Cubans Spaniards French Eng- Â¬ lish Italians Yankees Oeruians Irish Negroes and Americans all was a perfect Babel every man speaking in his own tongue There was plenty of rain Iu fact I think I took the hardest rains I ever saw fall They didnt fall for they came from all directions at once This intertered to some extent with the racing 1 am afraid some of our Kentucky friends would scorn our best racers for they are not up to the Bluegrass standard of excel ence in appearance or speed Still there is a desire to improve stock of all kinds springing up Florida has 158 periodicals as follows daily 16 triweekly semi weekly 12 weekly 114 bi weekly semi monthly 1 monthly 11 I append a description of the Devils Mill Hopper north of Oamsville This is a romantic spot w here a large stream of water comes down hill with considerable force and disapears in a ool that has no visible outlet Near Brooksville is another where the water forms a whirl pool in the center Some stories are told of this j ii Kil which are supposed to account for the rather sudden and pro longed absence of men and women of pioneer days There was a secret society which washed all its dirty linen in that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Rorw rly DAIliHTKK S COLLitiB Har rmtsiur Ky claim o ttan I iabscanttaU of higher education f All i lUUllon ior me iiiijiicm luitutt ui ui Ir Millt ruilsilM oung ladies olh locattd at one ol the loveliest spots in Ami 11 Bad Perhaps the Meal rata Fi ve degrees evert step for solidity er a specialist curriculum to be found in anv Southern female college Has drawn ita - Usurers ef Virginia 26 States Th Smith A M Prest Alumnu- rUSi bliLo A During titTiia Fine new yowh uit y the Dull Season If yon want anything is the JKWELR 1 LINE dont fail to go to ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hit stood the Test ol Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BIUNOS COMBINED D P Armor The Main St Jeweler in Diamonds offering Bargain and Jewelry such as All we never ha been offered before ask ot you is to come in and examine handsome stock and we will coin Brn yon that we mean boeineag your old gold ami silver Will k eaah tor it or take it in trade Irvine M to be seen here Sunday nar ing around among the provisions Come airain Jim Ianolas latch string is always out As li is Watches Crocks BLUE GRASS HERD mi D u BR0NAUGH Crab Orchard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HOT Â¬ DROPS I t Â¬ Â¬ F 17 109 23 90 Â¬ Â¬ 1 - 1 i four-year-o-ld ie p Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tk Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -i- July and 17th the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will sell rouud trip tickets to Baltimore at ONE FARF for the round trip good to return until August 5th Persons should remember that the Chtuapiake and Ohio By now has two solid vestibiilcd trains each wav daily wit through sleeping cars leaving Lexington Kv at 1140 a in and 8C90 p m tnd arriving at Baltimoi a m and 4o7 p m next day Return- Â¬ ing the C iv O trains leave Baltimore at 1240 noon and fcSS p in and arrive at Lexington v a in and i p m next day No change or transfer from one depot to anither via the Chesapeake and Ohio route For sleeping car reservations or anv information write or call on Gaoaoa W Banner District Passenger Agent Lexington Ky n 16th jvvv 5K KVVVNVVVV sSsVVVSWS vvswvvwwwwsvww ii DO YOU WANT A WAGON than ever M WK SELL AS LOW AS WE CAN LOWER 9 ORE ASH WE HAVE TOO MANY m WK ARK AFTEB I I n KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS j0hPRO0rEeJr- - 1100 Krtvanl - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sM-ndeii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I - Â¬ The readers ol thi- panel will he pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that i cience has been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternitv Catarrh being a constitutional disease It quires a con titutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cue is Uken i ternallv acting directly tipo l the blood and mu MM surfaces ol the s stem thereby destrtn ing the foundation of the disease and giving strength to the patient by building up ihe constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietor have so Math laith in its cjratie powers that they olicr one hundred dollars for any case that it fails to care Send for list of testimonials Address F JCHENEYCO Prop Toledoo fitaSold bv druggists 7cc swxWi-v-v- vvvvyvvvwv v- - Louisville Hy Tobacco Market The U a- I show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others tinrinnuli to Northern Michigan No change if vou take Buffet Sleeping Car leaving Cincinnati at 830 p m over Pennsilvanii Lines Route is via Rich- Â¬ mond thence over the Fishing Line I G R R R Arrive Grand Rap ios 650 a BJ Petoskey 4o p m Mackinaw Cdy 3 p m Mackinac 355 p m farloi Car ever this route leaves Cincin nati 805 a m week davs Ask Bron fon northea t cor Fourth and Vine st Cincinnati 13 tell you how conveniently it can be done Â¬ S Govt Reports Â¬ Dun elt UiinsMjie Tobaccti RICHMOND STEAM Ware House Sales on our market for the week just I closed amount to hnns with receipts for the same period 4179 hhdi Sales on our market sine January 1st amount t PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES I ioe8o hhds Sale- - of the crop of 1S04 on our market to this date amount to We week has been char 11050 hluls actrttaed by very larie olfer and a Work done promptly and remarkably larire percentpge ol rejections The general tone of the market has been a well as any other I mtxlry very irregular and decidedly lower for all in the Countrv grades ot burlev except such as had high color The sellers ol tobacco have felt the weakening in prices wis not jus titled bv the stuation hence the unusual condition ol 57 per cent ol the total offerNO HIGHER The burlev crop now ingl iRing rejected on the hill is certainly smaller in ai than the crop planted in lS4 and it is the general verdict thai tec crop now be iny marketed has been overestimated as Stand hy Home Peop and to quantity following quotations fairly reprea itiev win siana oy you The sent our market lor bur ley tobacco 1894 crop 1 50 to Trsh Dk or damaged 2 75 Common coory trash 3 00 to 375 OUT OF TOWN WORK Medium to good colory trash J 75 to 5 50 V Common lugs nut colory I to to 4 00 Common cooiy lugs 400 to 550 j Medm to Good I ol Lugs 5 50 to S 50 vommon to neri Leal 6 00 to 10 00 10 X lo 1 00 ci iu muooa ieat Good to hine Leaf co to 18 00 Select Wrappers IS OOtll jSOi I x 4 lliver 4oi LHUNDRY J V 1 us I 1 11 1 tat - PRICES y SOLICITED A 111 1 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ttt Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair Â¬ DR Tonrists Tirkels lo Lake Ksiirt The Uw tourist rate over th PennsU vania Lines brings Marinac Pet Charlevoix Mt Clemens St Clair Traverse Citv M City Ste Marie G It Ignace Waiersmeet Au Sab e Iron Mountain and all the romantic resorts of Northern in within easy reach The return limit v i1 b or an evended so journ Tourist tickets wili be sold over tl mm Cincinnati t bind Cedar Like Devils Lake Pelican Lake Three Lakes Waukesha and other re orts in the Northwest from Chicago Bronon northeast cor Fourth and Vine sts Cincinnati wit lurni h del Suit TTiiiin S5liJn iaafttSorf 1 Prt 0e for - 1 1 unar Mak arTT todtatrtbof aorani mde Acme asenwei t I I StSp Young Ladies StSS n fflrnuTAsaaasr ACME CYCLE COilPANY ELKHART i 1 w CREAM IND - 1 BAKING A - n fromAmm MOST PERFECT MADE rJre Grape Cream of Tartar Powder 40 YEtRS mmm To make your business pay l g Hxl t itealth N ol Ayers Sursa the xital fluid is impure and there can be neither health trt Miiliriae That Makes a Mae Hastlr Fianklin Co Te I am forty live years old and hve spent eight years in bd health I am a poor man and have Free Ji her adulterant THE STANDARD gih ll is th nor aiubtton aHanmnjnannnnnMnMnannsnnBnveBnjteanfci THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Natire af 11 I Y 17 1896 baarv Â¬ Ab the Climax has eranagjai ownership all persona indebted to it ly ao KlargraKN Hat iint are n iutei to settle at once W H Porter of the Porter Hat Co The oll Itifim ni must be adjusted and Cincinnati was here last week He is that without delar manufacturing a special bat for cenSunday was one of Rev Ieter Yin tral Kentucky called the Bluegrass hat Wallace i Rice were appointed agents at V matter who the nominee may be Richmond for this new hat mtii Kellars meat iff late rest la Taritpike BiaBiis Baa for the hir auction that The law requires all turnpike compan will liegin Satunlay Aug M at Id ies that have declared dividends to rek port to the County Judge The tine Tor rfartfi 0 In the Caleast is said to failure to reort is cop oi tolaceo in the absence of Smift Burnam the reports can he made to Countv Attomev J Tevis Cobb nuiiKt IVlmont louglit the rs in New York Monday for Kvrrlaxtiaglv Al l Rev Whity Waldrop principal ol EI - id nde Sini sixty liott Institute Kiiksville Madison county is already in the field vigorously xcellent ranges ad working up the patronage of his school ne in the Cuaiax He is right Not worth pushing not Bern is a man in town who tiled an worth owning is the spirit of our time mt with the City Count il for thirty Mr Clarence EL loage an accomplished work in one month scholar and noted teacher is now one of Taylors sons have sold a the facult- v- Southern School farm niacin aeon Another Irrciiu I tn atl Irumt last week A dispatch from Inrgin says that colVirginia will preach lector C 11 Etodea is laying his wires to Got McCreary in Coi at the Missionary Baptist riiiireii Nun- - succeed Mviag lieen called to the pastorate The mantle of the model Congressman could not fall on worthier shoulders but has returned from Hot from present indications the gentleman Hinds of ruddv will not lon it without a struggle The - otherwise improved woods will be full of candidates and LinThe disease that lias killed numer coln will likely a 11 to the quota Stan Â¬ s in Jefferson and Henry conn ford Journal es IhhH pronounced Texas fever The Real Fearrd Cunafy hi the State i prominent H 11 ijli fit i Madison is the lest fenced county in crk county who usl to live on the State by fifty percent said W THarin to ris Jr ot the firm of Hunley Harris iV critically ill Co yesterday Mr Harris has been a hedge lire James D lisle brother of fence trrower and builder for years and is iwmiii Lisle fell from a wagii in thoroughly acquainted with fencing in county last tfli and broke his Kentucky The balance of the Nate can now doll its old straw hat to Madison r ne arm and thigh Hunlev Harris v Co have out about J Keid Cornelison advertises nioiie v 40000 rods of lence trong oinieaiiv K Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ i e - ireeu Among the horses be brings are Claude M and Mayflower owned by Frank Walton Thev have records of 17and Jt Mr Walton is a brother of Mrs Dr Yaught Cessnas la the Fair C C YanMeter of Bowling will attend the Richmond Fair Â¬ uiscocreci u aieout the tit li ot July Happening at College Hill he met Willis Hisle and related to him the trouble They repaired to a rear room of Wilsons store and picx eeded to hold an examina tion Thats the worst kind of cancer sa id Hisle gazing with solemn look at the supposed fatal enemy hut I can cure it Im no factor as you know he continued but I just happen to know precisely what to do in a case of this kind The gloomy patients fare brightened up and liefore you could pronounce Joe eiiutie lnglianis name Hisle had seized the great big uglv clog tick with a pair of Kmhjbj and yanked it off The old man says if ever he goes to Kiniis Station again on a 4th of Julv he must he insured against licks He bad never seen one lef 1 Had a Yiraleat fanrrr An aired citizen of the College Hill vicinity was sorely distressed for a num ber of days prior to last Friday He bad a cancer on his thigh It was a bad can ear and getting noma every day He Hikes ami liiknir Miss Jessie Kobinson of hicago pro ko bike from her city to the citv of Mexico alone Manv persons think cannot run in the mud II The prettiest and k girl on last Fri- j and willii A n Ijinisville linn had thirty eiirht cars their hands art t the witl wi--- rity will open Scptem lirnanw In fm Ibibji biiibi How nianv lxvs lent n will Madison enter led r Brown says he sits ligliter an the eomoen of re - bethinks iloating down the river also that t near the county i r into Madison 1 d and l e it known the town of Carlisle long to the irreat Deaao- atc - is makina for the convention and have rent uniforms ami prettier one and vou ever saw in -- aiulidate f T State Seaate lohn D rooriloe is a candidate ion He will make an active K tl il I KrarsiM Irohahly the Lj--- a Nil odge Knights of Pythias train to Ir ine Tucs nl v Nth ill take part Ilrreasril - hool per and irly 728000 l a- - - aoat pn- - nln t InMirt an inlicti grand jury failed to find t M Driggai in rth in these colum wastiie defendants K 11 m f r Work Matthews of Boaaae county hmoml Monday night and plined the see ret work in the Knights of Pytliias sge Mr Matthew VMinitieiit candidate to some time T 1 A lviirhia Needed la - Jarkaa fimatv It is said that Mansea second rape within the last few last victim was Susan Pace aged 14 years Rector is a brother of Iewis Hector who recently came near being Ivnched for bone stealing inittfl Twa Plark a young men from Richmond went swimming in Red lack creek last Mindav ne got into than water the eeeond went la his relief and was caught and pulled under The third joined the and by a giant ctiort No 1 was out and nobody drowned Three rndironae rellw Tnknown parties supposed to have worn masks and e arned dark lanterns gates and revolvers took off the Magna in the vicinity of the Cui opus one night last weak much to the delight of the nocturnal town and the disgust of garden proprietors IntpravBR Betti Christopher a young white woman who was seriously injured by a eow at Wm Artiolels Tuesday evening Her collar of last week is improving bone was broken and she was badly bruised and even lacerated slout the head and breast The cow had leeen de horned but used her hoofs la Jail Charged With rUpe Jim Cosbv alias Williams and FOlzie Broaddus all colored were jailed Monday night by the ifT8 deputies on a charge of attempted rape Thev live in the vicinity of Perkins The girl Annie Taylor was also Satardej afternoon was the and the girl was going home from A nejghhiw J W Masterrs store ing the cries of the girl came to her reA preliminary trial will probably lief had to day Ed Munday I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ atand It A Kepiblie an came along Main yeaterdav while the visitiug banc was yard and asked g in t he That is the Car what band is that Whats it we answered iiand with a tone of It came hereto help play isgust Mad n we fur- Â¬ ther answered I Then with glarin i ieans an damn me if ti when they have to get that aU lor thein Avenue tei ins appi Mr Jesse Turiiey wife and two sons LiviiikSMoit J REIIJ CORNELIS of Paris are visiting Dr and Mrs Iovntz savs rr Richmond ON s MMiTTKK KKOKNTI 6jo a a Lve Ricb this week Ofice with S D Parrish emc of the men Ftank Dickerson p m Arr v D G Colson Jas Marcuin C M A KicIiihiiihI Iuv Won the haiitaiiiiiia v I p m An Ive rror iff Mr Fax as to rax iiuntitir charged with the brutal murder of Mary Miss Ollie Pryse of Millers Creek who Richmond Ky Randall W II Lyons J L Boater W Arrl iiratiirical Central A breezy paper on Fov Hunting in Riker w hose decaying bodv was found p n RtOll was visiting Miss Rettie Ballard has D Cochran T W Bene H B Bryaon p m Wood Ballard son ot John Ballard Kentucky will le contributed by Mr in the Kentucky river at Valley View gone home Lre II a Bogs now a resident of Lexington but until Lve r John Fox Jr to the Century for August Madiaon county Saturday June 89 paid Miss Alice leyton of Patterson N J 10 24 3 m rr i otrMrrrn on at This is one of the time honored spotta al a visit to The Leader office on the glorious recently a resident of Richmond uiand pro Arr O net is visiting her sister Miss Mary Ievton H T Hopkins R P Earnest Job a W the Keituckiaii to the manor born al Fourth and demanded to know by what son ol Capt P P Ballard won the oraof the Infirmary MAYSVILLE BRANCH torical contest at the Lexington Chautau Linglc y W II Cox John P McCartney though Mr Fox is authority for the authority the Nicbolasvillecorreapondenl Mr Allen Zaring representing the J HeRr- Jnes killed represented Judge Boot Boyd B W Hall John II last Thursday statement that the astime was not in had used the expression When last iiia THE CITY TAXES FOR W Zaring Milling Co has returned NOKTH BOlND troduced in the State until 1855 when seen sue was with Frank Dickerson a Kentucky University Jackson repre n Ed oReir Dr Kd Jones fell from a second from Tenner renting Central University was a some hunteis discovered that their dogs rather tough character story window at Lexington Insane asyAmong the prominent Republicans Lve Ctaetnn Mr Frank Miller representing Trimfavorite but he did not get second present arc- Hon John H Wibxa of lum last Thursday and died from the were basing something which was putOf course The Leader had BO knowl tttoli do a n Lexington ble Bros wholesale groe ers Mt Sterling injuries He wa assistant phvsician ting them to the iimi of their speed to edge of the correspondents source- of place that honor going to Georgetown Knox county David G Colaon of Bell rr M Young Ballard is eloquent and county Hon J S Pugh of Vanetlmrg was here Monday catch Later it is said that a mule trader information and on receiving Dicker College when Dr Chenault of this county eraa are due The City Collectors office U at Mr Peter M Gentry and family have Johl in Superinteudant and was a brother of came- - through Camberiand iap with a sons emphatic denial that he had ever magnetic and many thought he- - should Hon Thos B Mathews Boone county First Street Richmond Kv Tax Mm the late Commonwealths Attorney J young hound named Ix ad which was had anything to do with the woman an have hail the medal in a contest here Hon V T Hopkins Pike county Maj returned from Springfield Ohio where pax er will please call and settle Ni awrence Joins He was for a tune purchased by Gen Maupin His invest offer was made to publish a statement tome time A T Wood Montgomery county J L thev visited relatives BOUND proved a paving one tor in the from him to that effect of the colleges represented D R FREEMAN The colors connected with High Oak Sanitarium ment Mr Lewis Young of An lemon county This was deand KJ Hampton Clark coun Â¬ but his health failed him and he final lv first fox chase the dog distanced all the clined without thanks Dickeraon making were Citv Collector ty Judge4 7 Ed oKe ar Montgvmef was up last week OB a combined biisi Centre College Danville orange and county Maj Tom Davis Mason county returned to the asvlum not asan inmate others and his descendants are now some sort of an intimation that The Lea end pleasure trip nri numbered among the rarest and most der would have to eee hia lawyer before white but a boarder Hon David N Comingore Canpbell M Alt ne Jackson after a pMBnant rr MONEY TO LOAN - Le Central University Richmond red county Judge Bob Boyd and valued of the fox bounds of Kentucky any satisfactory settlement could be visit to friends and relatives in I Tall The III The Maupins have U en conspicuous made and white Roe ring Larue county Col J ton has returned home Mr Thomas M Owsley who went to characters in the fox hunting annals of Georgetown College orange and black S Huff Nicholas county Janus M Dickerson threatened to hold the cor At a low rate of interest for a term 01 fcietlier inf Mies Florence Hood has returned from years Richmond and Paris to investigate the the Nate They have- also been noted respondent peraonallv responsible and Kea acky State College blue and Marcum Breathitt county Hon John oa g ch1 farm property For infor or freigl Lex ington While there M the r ibility of Katmg at the one or the for the manner in which thev have talked at leiiLth along that line Finally white C Wood Montgomery county Ticki t nel yv guest of Mrs W Scott CHAS S POWELL hi other for the practice of his profession trained their horses for the sport and the question was asked him point blank Kentucky University crimson The candidates are I N Comingore B L Mrs Middelton rhapcroned found that there were already 4 iaw vers a Man pin bred mount is the crowning Kentucky Wesleyan Winchester blue J C Wood J s Hull J Was your name mentioned in connec Gregory Ir ejuite a number of youag ladies to the in the capital of Madison and that the glory of the hunters day with the tion with the murder during the Coro and orange 6 P Stamper James Berry Sam Blair litigation in Bourbon would hardly make hounds They are all exeellent fence ners inquest The leprCBCntativee and their subjects WI Saddler and Richard I lwc ll Chautauqua College Day g another lawyer ri h Stanford Journal jumpers game and spirited animals Mr Martin N Welch of Danville who Yes one lellow sai he saw me with were Comingore Wood and HnIT are the We didnt know of more than 21 bar Â¬ has been visiting relatives in this place tattler in I nnimillri Timca Centre College- R ei Williams of strongest on the list the girl was the unwilling response Mi Fox the widely known Kentucky ren in Richmond call the roll yoa for two weeks left OB Monday The ImmiThen w by dont vou hold that man Mt Vernon Ky subject The convention re assembled at 8 neighboring towns please and see if any writer and reader is a native of Bourbon respoiisille for mixing yoa up in the nent FJement in Our National Govern- oclock and at going to press there was Miss Caroline Barbour has returned of vour lawyers have got away from county and ought to know more alsuit crime was Baked of Dickerson rather ment no indication of a nomination last home after attending the June concerts fox hunting than he seems to know vou Central University William M Jack night than an innocent correspondent who of the Cincinnati Coneervatory of Music In conversation some month Mans Existence Under son subject mere reported the testimony T After the fourth ballot the bin linost Merchant Taylor of Waco is home A Kc Ratal risli with General Clay he stated that he and Law Dickerson made some reply about setman will le dropped again after cutting and stitching around Were the Kicbolasville Journal not Gen George Washington Maupin often tling with the correapondent for calling Georgetown College J S Norris through the great West for several we eks known to Ik utterly incapable of telling hunted foxea together That period was bun a rather tough character Simtii Fastern MimIiiiiI aaaarhrataa- Napoleon subject and left Henderson Ky the hand--- t James Richardson Flsej any thing hut the solemn and solid truth aleout 183a which antedates Mr Fox by The Leader otiire with the assurance Bonaparte The underneath invitation sent out to man in New Orleans came up the paragraph hereunder would not le twenty years If Nat Oldham of Otter that be would go to Nicholasville and Kentucky State College R I Weaver the members of the above meutioi ed aslast week to see his friend Mr June reproduced I Creek were alive he could tell how be lace the slanderer raer Ky subject Theologys Strug- sociation explain itself Walker While lis hiiio- at ake Mingo Friday used to away hack in the ills scale the gle With Science KiiHMoNi Ky The header telephoned its correnpon Morning in a boat Carl Hendren caught rugged hillside of his vicinity several dent at Nicholasville to be on his guard Mrs J Speed Smith left on Friday lor Kentucky Wesleya- n- W A Bnckner Pear 1octor the physicians ol Kicn a carp cm an ordinary mle winch weighnights in every month the year round The correspondent answered that he felt Winchester Ky subject The Beajeof mond cordially ami earnestly request Virginia where she will join her husband ed JlMiunds He felt the big lish and after the little grav foxes that did there who is sojourning at Rock Bridge Alum Popular iovertiment vou to attend and take part in the meetB0 apprehension as his information came dropping his pole held to the line until aboaad Mr Calvin Burgin of Fos from Spri BalRie hmond on Friday Kentucky University W Wood ings to be held in official and officers Boarcea the carp pulled him and the boat into town though not a Mathusalah can were then shadowing Dickeraon and ac lard subject Mr Lawrence Richart of the Frank ireat Men of the Future Julv 19th 1885 at a m of the South hallow water when a negro boy grabb Â¬ re call many a line ehise he had more cumulating Baatera Kentucky Medical Society and Fehr Brewing Co Iouisvilie was in evidence upon which to or- ed the lish and took it ashore Carl is than half a century ago Rvewt on the preceding Thursday email g at 8 Rii limoiid last week looking after his Altivcilant t iihirecl Matrimonial No doubt ten iler i is arrest oiet s additional inducements tc late buyers by inausa now the hero of fishermen in Nicholas or twenty thousand men and women in On Wednesday night at the Bill street p in Julv 18th of the Practitioners gurating a no profit ale By this is meant all interests Jailer Henry Welsh of Je ssamine ville Kentucky are ready and willing to tell countv who is a pretty shrewd detective A M Profits not vranl church Miss Mary Kate Owens Club of Madison County in the house must now move Miss Caty Harvey after having spe nt what they knew about fox hunting long was in Lexington on the Fourth of Julv and Mr Richard Arnold were married Vou can have th only the monev wanted The following interesting pngrams a month with her cousin Miss Mary In Scllotil Trustees The at- have been arranged and had Dickeraon in sight most of the Rev P A Nichols officiating ami as an itilucement profits are cut off and late buv Little left for her home in Louisville Supt of Public Instruction Thompson before For the South Fastern Kentucky Med yesterday day probably while he was making his tendants were Miss Sallie Wells Mis lliis is how we do it ers net the benefit w rites Irvine threats in The Le ader otlice aaninal the Iney Thompson Messrs Johnnie Martin ical Society meeting FZvans The trustees have a right to contract Clay Citv Chronicle says bv was stormed The Mr Leslie and Andy Coffee The church was Annual Address of President Dr I friends Monday night The young people with a teacher at so much per month On Saturday last we tcxik advantage ol rarreepoadeat who bad given him offense dee orated with llowers and plants loaned S Manning The Nicholasville Journal savs and can extend the term as many months a favorable opportanity to pay a long deNnv kail amused themselves by dancing until a Dr O A Functional Albuminuria The murder of the woman found at by Mrs W B Smith Mrs Wardroper Now bujs Ging as the public monev w ill pay In other ferred visit to the beautiful little eity late hour White anil other white ladies Kennedy Special Dieeusaioa by Irs Marble Creek ia still shrouded in deep Mrs W words a five and a hall or six months nest lee away among the hills of the Ken71 c Miss Mavme Hite Rowland ol Danterm can Ik- taught or even more pro- tucky river the capital and emporium of mystery Four arrests have been made Mrs James Harris was organist The Manning Mason and J G Foley up last Saturday and wil W m buys Ginghams that vceic 10c Infantile Diarrhoea Dr EJ Brown ville came vided the public money is sufficient to the county of Estill For lieaatj of sur- and the following persons are now in the minister acquitted himself noblv and spend the summer with her aunt Mrs A num was a success special Ifiscussiou by irs Morgan J J pay the teacher as per contract and the roundings and loe ation Irvine perhaps comity jail awaiting the examining trial the entire affair S R White Hi beautiful Piepie that were ujC Now bora tl district can supplement the public fund iias no rival within the State Since the which is set for next Wednesday Frank ber of prominent white persons were Brown and B F Herndon Editora Young of Owinga ville Billings t tie colored 11 hoe beautiful Dimities that were Dr A included some Tulerculo6is Stewart and continue the school at pleasure oming of the R N I iV B Rv about Dickerson Roland Tate William Walker present and rtandie that were uc And those beautiful and Special Discussion by Drs Cowai Car- of Butler Iosley of Winehester You are not d under the law to give three ve ars ago the town has made rapid and a colored woman named Mary Davis of the toniest iu town were 12 An those beautiful 1 Davis of Mayaville are taking in the A nice supper followed be- Â¬ penter and Ramsey the waiters t i re public fund ko a teacher for And those beautiful Crepons that were advancement tnitli in manufactures and Whether any of the four are connected ing David Gilbert and Willie Karnes Dr J M Convention Stricture of Rectum live mouths lalxir provided you can se- business but the most noticeable im- with the murder has not yet been sneer Special The bride is a daughter of Tom Owen- - Black by Drs Discussion Col R C Morgan Miss Tommie Duke brined A woman at Lexington Cisse cure a teacher for a longer term for the provement is in the number of new and hus those beautiful French Dimities that Johnson also if doubtful character was one of the mrntt pirputar and reliable of Cooper Foster and Parker and Miss Liuise Bright left Lexington same monev handsome residences And tnose beautiful Zephjr Gingham that were 3c Dr J J Carpen- Saturday and will sail from New York Fracture of Skull seen m companv with the murdered Richmonds colored men He was sevAn interval of two years having elapsed And tho e beautiful IolWa Sorento tnat were eral years janitor of Madison Club and ter Special Discussion by Drs Foster to day for Fiurope Fraternal Inisn Organized sine e our last visit doubtless rendered woman just a short time before the killfor the past two or three years has tilled Black and Baughman The order of The National Fraternal the changes more conspicuous to us than ing and she is believed to know some Miss Flise Bennet baa returned from a ban Ihuai lwaalilal Swivel S Voluntary papers are expected from six years stay at the Iniversity of Mich enion organized a flourishing council to those who have been more frequent thing of the horrible crime The Lex a similar place at Dr Whites drugstore ington police are looking after her The He has prospered since he came to Drs Cooper Baughman and A W igan trom which great institution she No K at Irvine July 7th EL ti Ausvisitors oi continuous residents there tin of I exington Don Phelps of Cinbrought home a diploma Irvine has several saw mills a woolen D cnville Advocate of vestetday savs the Richmond and beaidea owiing his home Smith bins those beautiful Taffeta Silks that were For the Practitioners Club Meeting cinnati J I Sfeenbergen of Crab Or- factory and an excelsior and mattress woman murdered was not Marv Raker baa given his daughter a house and lot Misses Minnie Christy of Iexiiigton Prese ntation of casts Rexrts of Annie Ramsey of Winchester and rrilS chard Springs and i B Reynolds of factory is just completed and ready for but is believed to be Mrs Margaret Tal- and a set of oak furniture from him ma Reduced from dollars to cents per vard or in other ent who was an inmate of the Mercer among the bridal presents The presents M in practice Huntsvilie Ala took part in conferring operation Georgie Ashes of Paris are the guests almost cut in half A great manv suitable lor carl Eesaya on county poor house which place she left were really numerous and valuable on the first h gree and the fallowing officers Of the business linns among the lead This is an opportunity that unlv m of Miss Myrtice French at Fsperanza wear several weeks ago and has not been many being from white persons and Solium chloride and iu peculiar Take advantage of it if vou want to save ma allv were installed by Supreme Adjuster ing are Mfller eV Wallace Allen RichardMi s FlviraSydnor Miller the versatile uses T J Taylor PbelpB assisted by Male Organizer Aus- son Thos Williams Jr and John Park beard of since Mrs Geioley Danville embraced china silver glass furniture in Louisville Times was a Tattler Now barva th at Big Towel that we sold at ioc M C What I saw at John Hopkins tin T P Gardner J P P Chan 8 general merchandise The two last says the Mary liaker referred to is her table linens lamps anil numerous other guest of Mrs Cecilia Fpighausen Bailev sister ami is alive and at Indianapolis articles the list being too long for publi- Heath W P The S Vaughn W Y Regersr named carry also a line of drugs Mis last week Now buys that All Line n Towel we sold The physicians duty iu ojstetrics at the Lexington Chautauiia ir W Tipton F A John S Tur- Â¬ Ixiu L Hume millinery and notions C Ind Detective Welch is leaving no cation Mrs Conning of San Antonio Texas The groom has been in the employ of J M Foster SfTtiJ ner Med Vx Wm A Stansbery Adj W Friend furniture EL P Now buvs that Towel we sold at 2c Campbell stone unturned to link together every c now Physicians from a distance fhile in is visitiug at Mr J D Rawlinss on Onlv a few left of tho e Elegant Shirts Warts H Boitz Pres James Bead meat provisions ate There are several thing that uiight bring to justice the in- banker R R Barnaul for several years Oliver now bus the Shirt the Shirt Waist we sold at f Richmond will be entertained at our Moberley Avenue the latter having Joe S other establishments similar to the above human wretch or wretches that would and is considered indispensable Win Hubbard Her hron lot those Silk Shirt Wi rai sold at aval flco Apparently the happie st person at the home and every effort will be made to removed into bis handsome new resiIf anv ot the be guilty of such a crime W K S Abijaa Wilson Sen Gardner whose nauies we do not now recall S - not a thins in the drv goods line but k and see tor Jas R Neal L Tudor is the popular proprietor of the quartette in jail or the woman at Lex- wedding was the bridea father who make their visit both pleasant and profit- dence Pearl Tipton Picket price has been reduced on it i 7 to now buys those Mens Suits of Clothing tint a Miss Katherine French of Richmond Banal A Hunt Trustees This bids fair Shepherd House but during our stay ington is found guiltv Sheriff Dennis looked for all the world like Pinchbeck able On Friday evening the meetings 10 and of Louisiana about to make a speech in will close with a banquet Any nforma Mc Fldowney of Louisville Misses to liecome a council of fifty or sixty mem was so busy that he could not sit clown had gust as well net his hand in tor a 10 now buys those Elegant Mens Suits of Clothing that we national convention as he preceded the tion relative to the meetings can be ob Â¬ Minnie ami Alleen Christie and Miss first class hanging a verv short time and enjoy a comfortable chat with us sold for a50 1350 and 15-A Nicholasville telegram of the 11th bridal partv down the aisle He savs he tained by addressing any meinbjr of the Naiv i Keiser of Lexington are the very ib The professions are well represented iS now buvs those beautiful Mens Suits that we sold lor Tan Yoaag By Several Year thoroughly appreciates the interest mani following committee of arrangemsnts 20 and 250 attractive guests of Miss Annie Ramsey The following comprise the leading law nan i A statement is going the rounds of the In Boys and Childrens Suits the prices have been cut the same The examining trial of the parties in jail feeted in him and his family bv both J M FosTER Winchester Sun linns Hiddell A Riddeli If C Lilly wav press to the effex t that the late ien here charged with the murder of Man white and colored H Vadoht now White x Smith W H Lilly Grant E Miss Stella Phillips of Bowling Green JOC now buvs our Colored Shirts that Green day Smith was unusually young Baker set O A Kennkdy buys our Colored shirts that we s ld for iJ5 now buy our who visiteel Mrs French Tipton several Iily Tbres pbyvaeaana Drs Etaabry but as at Yalley Yiew was was for today by aching at Winchester for a soldier and especially an officer not ready the Commonwealth Colored Shirts that we sod for 150 Com of Arra ngenents stagner and Turner look after the years ago will sail from New York to 1 he prices on same have been Bob Haggard was hanged by a mob at when he went to the Mexic m war fix the cases were postponed until next Dr s Park health of the community morrow for Glasgow Scotland She will much ht you m not cut At the time ot Another Brookshire Hoard From ing his age at 10 years week About 45 witnesses have been Winchester Monday night The trouble Gardner i6 the resident ilentist remain abroad three years spending uze lormer pn SJsj his death several elates were given out and the officials are confident that caused the hanging is set forth in Sheriff Welsh assisted by Jacob Wise- most of her ime in the music and art rrices on inese win Irvine has a brass band made up of the summoned raj as to the time of his birth none of which buy if of the guilty the Demon at as hereunder given that they are on the track man brought three alleged horse thieves induce you to most polite and considerate young men Late Saturday afternoon Bob Haggard here yesterday and lodged them in jail schools of Paris and Berlin We wait to close out von have onlv been thinkin of biiMns were corree t save that named by the to people and some sensatioual develop le found any w here at least this was Mr Chas Daly class of and Busia mulatto about twenty one vears old Climax which waso UB7 Several put our conclusion when we were informed inents are promised soon J yard in the house and make prices so they wi They are Roland Brookshire Bed Profit Crimson and This is a no profit sale We mean every word of it and ear attempted to commit rape- upon Miss and Ben Mobly and are charged with ness Man ger of the w hich would have made hio it at nestly ask you to give us a look that they were ia the habit of resorting Hnbher Tires tor Huskies left last Saturday for his home Cream Myrtle FJIkin near Ford age 14 at the time of enlistment theft of the heuse stolen a short time ago We will save vou money and give vou good gooJs and a to an uninhabited portion ol the countrv During his three years in Maysville The victim is the second daughter of from Lisle Butler of Indian Fields The John Donelson has a buggy with rubAsa matter of fact Gen Smith was 19 east of the town tc practice The town kllastaJ stay iu Richmond Mr Daly made many Fzekiel FJkin who lives on Two Mile ber tires one only a sampleamongabout apt years old when be enlisted in authorities we learned have recently thirty vehicles he has on exhibition at creek between Elkin and Ford She horse was found a day or two ago in friends who while congratulating him - Stones Cavalrv company organ Powell county Bniokshire is i son of issued a permit for them to play inside ids Kentucky Carriage Works hi- liiatioii are sorry to corner has been living with her grandmother formerly of on izes in Rie hmond July lS4ei which the e orporation This we take it is an of Water and 2nd streets It is a solid Mrs Betsy Richards who lives farther Martin Aden Brookshire bid him good bye an important pass in company guarieel evidence oi sulistaiitial improvement in tire and has not the resilience of the on towards Foni Mrs Richardss young this county and is a brother ol Alono Brookshire who murdered Jailer Kava the mountains near Saltillo on the day ijualitv of music- furnished Warn Travrhas rrith her and the negro naugh Tipton and another officer in Meni pneumatic but must lee a vast improveot the battle of Buena YisU April 1K47 Whether on pleasure bent or bu The opulation of the town is in the ment ease and absence of noise consider Haggard has livid about the pla ituv and at whose trial tl e militia take on every trip a bottie of Syrup of lien Smith was the youngest ollicer in neighborhood oi tiki besides Iluuh Kid A thin steel tire BO BBS time and this veai is raising a crop eel ovei the steel tire was called out to prevent lynching he being Sd Gang Stones e ompany Fiis - its acts most pleaiatyth s nd effec dell who is always so full of but Alonao Brookshire was sent nr for life Lieutenant at 19 The muster pill of the uric rosins around at such a raiiiel rate with upturned eelges holds the mbber there IJHj tually on the kidneys liver and bowels iraUi At the time of the assault Mr Rich- Â¬ and ehed shortly after in the peu tenliary tire company now before us gives the names infyiifiH adae lies and other preven that he is likethe fellow s nnr who nicved On this subject the Industrial Ameri ards had leeen summoned to the death Winclrester Democrat a othe rs who were the same age aleont so much that he couldnt count l r sale in 50c and forms ctf sickness can Uxington Co Harry G rooms pa- Â¬ bed of his sister in law Mrs Will Rich r F Watts George Mv stock of carriages bei Mn bottes bv all leading druggist him Like all other Kentucky towns per has the subjoined editorial ards in Bath county and had left the Dandruff is due to an enfeebled state of Carriages wagons and hjggies over- Â¬ is the handsomest and mo O Barnes Nelson Hnrrus Philip Break by the California Fig- Syrup Irvine has its quota of pretty girls only the skin Hails Hair Renewer quickens ulactuied It cannot be doubted that rubber tires negro to protect the two women hauled and painted at the very lowest country Give me z bill Irvine Magee Thomas H Tudor it has more of them to the square inch are demanded bv carriage owners For About sundown Saturday afternoon the nutiitive lunctiuns of the kii healing Co only All work guaianteed to be as and Milton I Miller Also the names of than anv place we have ever visited outRjk If you would have an abumlai fiitv vears inventors have been toiling to Mrs Richards went to the garden to and preventing the formation of dandruff is any in the Slate who were only IS years three privates Powell county Self pre produce something practical in this line gather vegetables for the morrow side of say dark glossy hair if you would have a RichmoMCahsim Wors old James Wilson Peter Baker and servation yon know is said to be the being encouraged thereto by the need of ing screams from Miss Elkin the rushed all r- i A Larl lMllriB is I clean scalp tree from dandruff and 39- Ben Berkley nng Hot Drop first law of nature and this instinct is noiseless yielding elastic tires W Wnmea found the latter strugor if voc r ha Hon John unnr Name strong within - of the b and eon woukl have gling in ti call The Very True but It Kills All Pain i The in by the victims of and nearly tored use ve hic A good appetite and refreshing an error by author Ijiii atiantiim to showed no baking powder Sold Everywhere Every Day it but unquestionably the b rig ai to health of body and in the Dictionary of Oongreat so pare or so great ia lwv l he c Without Relief There is No Pay I rsapaire given by enerals birth was Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Royal f I - bicycle We have often ridden letween liicbniond and Silver Creek even w hen a heavy rain was falling It is not hard but slow riding the trip being made in M or HI minutes whereas only 4i or SO minutes is necessary with BOod roads The bicycle as a pleasure vehicle fir women ia here to stav and the men who dissapprve and the sisters w ho cant ride and dont want othersto ride may as well swallow their chagrin All fashions in this country have their earliest center of aetivitv in the east but they gradually spread west and south as surely as the seasons come The bicycle the bloomers and the lovliest females on earth will ride together when the fad strikes Kentucky Harrodshurg Democrat a that Irooksteiwn Srhoolhonse Barned 11 oclock on Saturday night the public school house at Brookstown in the northern part of Madison countv was red burning The door had been barred and maps nailed over the winelows to keep the light bid as long as possible It is believed that the parties are known and their reaseuis for the- crime Some or 80 worth of maps charts and similar articles were consumed The house was a frame built in lSoii Fom the old log house that preceded it several oak 6eats were transferred have been constantly in use and were burned The last school taught in the old log house was by Lev Wm Moore now a resident of lyoiielou England Among the teachers who taught in the frame house were Rev Milton Elliott the well known founder of ISUiott Institute Col Root Williams a distinguished lawyer at EUooatington III Capt John W prominent attorney in soutli-we-Mis s mri Rev Dick William prominent in tin- - Christian Church in Illinois County Judge lames II Burnam French Tipton Dr Giles Harris That ancient teacher the late J 8 Fanbree should not be fjr gotten The ground on which the building Blood was donated by Silas Tribble in the long ago At 7Â¬ I in front of pneumatic tires the demand for the old style of sulky immediately died and now the rublier carriage tires have come forward -- as truly in response to a public demand as any article of man ufaetureinhistiy It is a truth that the carriage manufacturers have been forced to investigate them bv the pressure from He Was In ilefeire His Card Was Out Readers of The Ci im v will recall that two weeks ag aaaceoaal of a murder on Kentucky River below Valley View was published and that the name of Frank Dickerson was connected therewith They will also recall that a week ago Dickeraon published a card in The Ciim denying the charge He was arrested however and lodged in the Nicho hisville jail before The Ciimw appeared with his denial Ifie kerson also visited Lexington and Bought a correction it the hands of The header from which paper The Ciimw had copied its information The Leader Â¬ their customers and iacniriea are pour- lag in upon every rubber factory in the country lor pointers on tires As is usually the case the manufacturers are eepial to the occasion The most casual visitor at the late cycle shows must have seen this Fiver snu e the sm the bicycle tires they have been experimenting upon wheels of other kinds with the result that oue after another the numerous dflfi ulties in the way have been Fear of punctures need no longer be a menace to the pleasure of a drive no longer is one obliged in or der to have pneumatic tires to buy such small wheels or tires ol such small to diameter as excite merriment a the ooef Bl not when burden the I eiietit to the vehicle is coiinte Everything has been worked out by the inventors and quietly the manufacturer have been placing theis tires on trial all over the country until there is now hardly an important town where they have not been seen And now that the experi Â¬ mental Stage has been passed we may look for the work to begin of pushing this ne w and Bncceeafol application of rubber upon the market The poshing by the way as has already intimated will be mainly in convincing vehicle owners that they want what has been invented What has been said here appliesot course to pneumatic- tires solid rubber is better than steel lims but in a contest with pneumatic- tires it would never be heard of It has with the suport of the ultra fashion ible carriage trade which has a little money involved delayed some what the introduction of the pheumatie tire but fashion will not long avail against considerations of comfort in what New York looks upon a the province Â¬ Â¬ they would say nothing As the h stands at some distance bora any other and they were in the power of an aruied and desperate negro they pretended to accjuiesce Be stayed and aunehed until nexm the next day when he left and went to Madison county The women told their story and asv eral searching parties were at once organ- reed shout eight oclock that nigh the party headed bv the gills father met him in the road near the scene of the crime Mr Flkin at once began shoot ing at him and emptied his pistol only one shot taking enact making a wound in the negros arm He fell from his horse but got up and ran He was caught in a short time and pre para ions for lynching were begun No rope was at hand however and in a short time another posse led by Marshal iiidy Vice came up The ollicer prevailed on the lynchers to desist and he was taken to Ford from where he was brought yes terdav by officers Vice and F P Merritt and lodged in jail here He has con raaaad his guilt and savs be doesnt know what impelled him to com rait the crime Â¬ PERSONAL Mi- Mary Legaii is visiting in Shelby WhatShalllDoIniCnCEITIUn ville Mrs Payne of Georgetown is visiting Mrs S P Walters Mrs Mary Stejckton and grandson are Tbirtl District K K Cumraissioaers Cob vention The Republicans of the rd Railroad Commissi iners District embracing 11 counties and including portions of the 8th 7th sth itth and lOtb Coneramronal Districts met ia delegate convention at the court house in Richmond yesterday It is an adjourned meeting at 3 oe lock the District convention that met in louis ville at the time of the State convention having failed to nominate of Laurel Judge Vincent Boerhag countv is Chairman and Thorn is J Young of Rath county Secretary The attendance is not so large ni e pected There was one special train the convention adjourned having appointed a committee on credentials and one on rules from Paris At V0 oclock at linnietta Springs Mr J W Ritfe and wife went to Cincinnati iast week Miss Mag Mitchell baa returnee from a visit to Corbin Letitia Green of Danville is visiting afhn Carrie Barbour Miss Beanie Dudley has lieen attending the Chautaucpua Misses Burnam and Fverhart have re- Â¬ turned from Georgetown Congressman Colson is a onspicuous memlrer of the convention Miss Flla Gott of Hiatoa W Va is visiting A S Gott this place Mrs H L Perry and Miss Mayme Hart are visiting in Sme Miss Annie Bennett is the guest of Sullivan at Harrodshurg Mrs Joe Bales and Miss Patie have returned from kfallory springs Miss Amy Bosworth of Pennsylvania is visiting Miss Russell Letcher glim Floiria Heath is visiting kfiea Willie Denny at Old Paint Lick Mr R L Gentry and son Richard spent Sunday and Monday in Estill Hon J A Sullivan hxik part in the Democratic conference in Lmisville Missel Sallie Taylor and ilattie- - Letcher have returned from the Chautauqua Miss Virginia A Taylor of Louisville vas the guest of Miss Ruth Crow last Â¬ e Ia the earnest almost agonizing cry of weak tired nervous women andcrowded overworked struggling men Slight dif- Â¬ ficulties ordinary cares household work or daily labor magnify themselves into Shortest and Quickest Koute from Central seemingly impassable mountains Kentucky to All Points North Houth This is simply because the nerves are and South west Through daily weak the bjdily organs debilitated and train service between Cincinthey do not Ky nati Middlesborough and Knoxville Tenn and Points on Feed the nervea proper nourishment R R organs and tissue on rich red blood and how soon the glow of health comes to the Seb4ale in Effect Jaaa M 135 pale cheek i firmness to the unsteady No l hand and strength to the faltering limb 2f o S Dally Dally UTH BOLND BLUE GRASS ROUTE Â¬ fake L4N Sarsaparilla purifies Hoods ser Exprewc fcn Dk ly Lve Cincinnati Lve Covlllk Lve Cyntli Arr r Arr Lex i m vitalizes and enriches the blood rr and is thus the best friend to unfortunate Lve Be sure to get Hoods and Arr humanity only Hoods All druggists fl six for 5 Lve TT Ive 1 l o pa f i i Bereu J -- Hnnli Pi He ntXHI rlllS he enim1 timely catltirhe I - Lve TT 4 P ANNOUNCEMENT JOHN ninth the h I Lve Lve rOODLOI Arr IuniM Uip Lv Camcl i ipopm - p m Lve rr rty Lve I Kneile Kl ti ile- c NEW ADVERTISEMENTS rr Row Arr is pm ps Daily 720 a m IE 10 11 SORTH BOlN Lve Rowland Lve- - Oally Ex sun Arr Richmond WIHUunsbg Lve week Miss Nellie Heiod of guest of Miss Laura Provident Associa- Granite S Lve- Pi Cincinnati is a tion of Manchester N If guaranteed Lve Raihrville Walker on 4th Arr Cortiin capital iooooo assets tijoooo tor Lve temOum Taxes Taxes 111 Â¬ Â¬ - two-to-o- Â¬ - 1895 MO - 1 Â¬ 1 t Â¬ - ifMiMlimiiffr sffiiifii 1 Â¬ PROFIT JsALOx Â¬ Â¬ SALE Ira TIEHZS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- HJSTRENG 1 Â¬ 5 Â¬ 5c per yard I Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ per yard Ipl 10e per yard hc baj Â¬ I Â¬ 20c per yard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 35c per yard 75 Dress 50c per yard Â¬ Â¬ Patterns Â¬ Â¬ Sri 10c 8k 20c Â¬ fM Â¬ Â¬ c 1 pa 1 fg Men Â¬ Underwear j Carpets and Mattings Â¬ Itt al Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H J STRING rgJfgJT llfE a- Â¬ If SElaJl Â¬ 1 -- irrita-iinor-- I i ei-al Worlds Fair Tests - Awsnfcd Cold Medal Midwinter Fair Sm FnacaKCti enlng power as the A Sufferer Cured almost useless hey MM from the time I yarIt red dread fully fVm erysijK las which kept growiiijr wrM until mv hantls v W Every The I and several of mv linger are now c rookwl from tliis cause On my hand I carry ltr wind Int for ii - wuill ned AYERS parilla would be ores provided I was alive and alle irrv anvthiiiff Eipht I Kittles f irel r mi had lio return of the wore than tw itv i irs rated to reach the in i i tea Wis AYERS Sarsaparilla fTERS FILLS Promote Good THE OKLY WORLDS FAIE j Diretior UNPARDONABLE That Si SIN Dooms Once Committed Your Soul Are BgABS to Be MBS 1 luir Or nun if Virr ludi the Midrrda f Voatli llDicrh Ni Vruiuo Kev Dr Tal- - a uiiwcr U X un ins lauifr s rooi ys if I could only pet those times back arram how I would im prove them My brother yon will never pet them back They are pone pone Yon are sorry about it andOod may forpive so that yon may at last reach Heaven but von will never jret over some of the mishaps that have come to your soul as a re- suit of your neplect of early duty You may try to undo it you can not undo it-- When you had a boys arms j and a boys eyes and a boys heart you oupht to have attended to those things A man says at fifty years of ape I do wish I could pet over the habits of indolence When did you At twenty or twenty five pet them years of ape You can not shake them off They will hanp to you to the err day of your death If a younir Man through a lonp course of evil eat undermines his physical health and then repents of it in after life the Lord may pardon him but that does not brinp back pood physical con- dition said to a minister of the Gos Â¬ pel one Sabbath at the close of the e Where are you preaching I am not Oh he sa s MrT I am snfferinp p eachinp from the sical effects of early sin 1 cant preacu now I am sick A consecrated man he now is and he mourned bit terly over early sins but that does not arrest their bodily eftVThe simple fact is that men and twentv years of their life to bmld up influences that require all the rest of their life to k down Talk about a man bepin- life when he is Ll years of ape talk about a woman bes inninp life when she is years of ape Ah no In many respects that is the time they In nine cases out of ten all iife the questions of eternity are decided before that Talk about a majority of men ptttinp their fortunes between 30 and M They pet or lose fortunes be When you tell me tween 10 and Ml that a man is just bepinninp life I toll you that he is just inp it The next 0 years will not be of as much importance to him as the I V uc J na J 1 j j i 1 1 Â¬ Ml He fi why do I say this Is it for the annoyance of those who have only a baleful retrospection You know that is not my wav 1 say it for the ill be for jrowtg men and women I want them to ail III ami that eternity is snapped up in this hour that the of youth we never pet over that Mmnil sre now fashioninp the mold in ir preat future is to run that a minute instead of beinp SO seconds lonp is made up of everlasting apes Yon ne iat dignity and importance this pives to the life of all our younp folks Why in the light of this subject life ily with to be frittered away 17 - m thinp to Ik- - smirked about something to be danced out but ier the nhoie to - weiphed in the bal- f eternity now we Oh vountr man ii star ay the sin of to- may fine reach over 10H0 ve rs m all ay over the ureal and unendinp eternity You may after awhile say I the first passage that I am very sorry Now I have pot to be a in st the of ae and I do wish I man is never committed those sins iint to liod may dun pardon you but undo those you never on never ory of irrevocable la this i bira prayers may lc of Bsisaakes I pat all the parental neiriect alf bat all I of our children i captive for this ne they pet to be WJ or up to our mistakes d hsbit it bat it is too late in the first 10 - life to make an ial iaapi i aiioa for Christ niv child will probably O which avoided bv v 1 I w In iven I 1 - be a it i the un- - ilolv Villi r race from father or atother pots oil tfi late life a iin-rrist Here is a man area at I must you ami he neart of piayer toNune of us can doubt ne and he says Here ir- - f ape I have piven mv r aviour Now 1 must fain y altar What r children aow One in in another in Cincinnati anotiier v Orleans an ym my brother r fiftieth vear Lointr toe tablish Yerv well better never but a that it do it twentv five vears 1 1 viit be torn away The world shall die but there are some wrongs immortal The moral of which is take care of yonr friends while you have them spare the scolding be economical of the satire shut up in a dark cave irom wnicn tney snail never swarm forth all the words that have a stinp You will wish you had some in them day very soon you will perhaps to- Â¬ morrow Oh yes While with a firm hand you administer parental discipline also administer it very gently some day there may be a little slab in the cemetery and on it chisled Our Willie or Our Charlie and though you bow down prone in the grave and seek a place of repentance and seek it carefully with tears you can not find it There is one more class of sins that I put in this category of irrevocable sins and that is lost opportunities of use- f ilness Your buisness partner is a proii i man In ordinary circumstan- cos say to him lielieve in Christ and he will s iy You mind your busi But there ness and Ill mind mine has been affliction in the household His heart is tender He is looking around for sympathy and solace Now is your time Speak speak or forerer hold your peace There is a time in farm life when you plant the corn and when you sow the seed Let that po by and the farmer will wring his hands while other husbandmen are gathering in the sheaves- - You are in a relipious meetinp and there is an opportunity for you to speak a word I You say for Christ mu t do it Your cheek flushes with em You barrassment rise half way but you cower before men whose breath is in their nostrils and you sag back and the opportunity is pone and all eternity will feel the effect of your silence Try to pet back that opporYou can not find it You tunity mipht as well try to find the fleece that Gideon watched or tske in your hand the dew that came down on the looks of the Bethlehem shepherds or to find the plume of the first robin that went across paradise It is pone it is pone forever When an opportunity for personal repentance or of doinp pood passes away you may hunt for it you can not find it You may fish for it it will not take the hook You may dip for it you can not brinp it up Remember that there are wronps and sins that can never oo cor rected tiiat our privilepes fly not in circles but in a straipht line that the liphtninps have not as swift feet as our privileges when they are pone and let an opportunity of salvation po by us an inch the thousandth part of an inch the millionth part of an inch and no man can overtake it Fire winced seraphim can not come up with it The eternal God himself can not catch it I stand before those who iiave a glor-Â¬ ious birthright Fsaus was not so rich as yours Sell it once and you sell it forever I remember the story of the lad on the Arctic some years ago A vessel the lad Stewart HoTland crashed into the Aretk- in the time of a fop and it was found that the ship must po down Some the passenpers pot off in the lifeboats some got off on rafts but WO went to the bottom Iturinp all these hours of calamity Stewart Holland stood at the signal pun and it sounded across the sea boom boom The helmsman forsook his place the enpineer was pone and some fainted and prayed and some blasphemed and the powder was gone and they could no more set off the sipnal gun The lad broke in the magazine and brought out more powder r nd apain the pun boomed over the sea Oh my friends laasad on the rouph seas of life some hav taken the warninp have pone off in the lifeboat and they are safe but others are not maklnp any attempt to escape So I stand at this signal pun of tne Gospel sounding the alarm He ware beware Now is the accented time now is the day of salvation Hear it that your soul may live Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - KENTUCKY Tb NEWS llt From All Pmrta of th Cooiniuu wc Allb w 1 When t lie ie-nn-aa- of it occurred ou the site rnc of the Swiss mountains A com- f travelers with puides went was in Chamouni f a it am saw in the arhsdow of one of that impressed mv ii It was a picture of I Places lea travelers attempted to po up Tn y w re a all travelers are yu haw ther sritheordaat iue the there fasti he result of the the waist so that if one slipped the and rope would hold him the rope fasten- ccr- liie other- Iassinp along- the aaasoa- - most danperous point one of the iped and they all started j ou iiave down the precipice but after a that I I can look off one more muscular than the rest upon A there is stuck his heels into the ice and stop- all It is nt ut the rojie broke and down - from hundred- - and thousands of feet the rest went And so I - whole faini- un Havre auad topether by ties jf affection or all ani in many cases walkinp on slipperv of worldliness and sin The r knows it snd the mother knows they are bound ail topether tnat th Afer a while they bepin to slide down teej- all out of per and the father be- alarmed and he stops piantinp sat you on the et on the Iiock of A- praft Bat while 1 hav- - said I do not think but the rope breaks and who were once tied fast to him tmnit the parpen of in tie first text I by moral and spiritual influences go n of the second text to over the precipice Oh there is such a your attention to the fact that thnp as cominp to Christ soon enouph they may to save ourselves but not soon enoupn arc- in some respects irre to save others nd you How many parents wake up in the itanee thougi it careful latter part of life to find out the mis- ly with tears Is iu had a birth- - take the parent says I have aaaa piven him In oden times it nient or I have been too severe meant not only temporal but I in th discipline of my children If 1 nal Messinjr re day baa ha the little ones around me apain liirthritrht and traded it off how different I would do You will - imcthinp to eat h the folly never have them around asrain The severe upon him Nash isdone the bent to the character of as hsve committed the ven the eternity is decided i say same folly After he had made the tnis to younp parents those who are it back Just twenty five or thirty or thirtv tive ouph you to morrow morninp years of ape -- have the family altar to- id take all your notes and bonds nipht How do you suppose that father and government securities and should felt he leaned over the couch of his restaurant an 1 in a fit of dying child and the expirinp son said imni and hnnper throw all to him Father you have been very securities on the counter and pood to me You h ve piven me a fine ask for a piste of food making that education and you have placed me in This was the one a fine social position you have dona Blade He Fold his birthright for a thinp for me in a worldly sense asessof pottage and he was very sorry but father you never told me how to about it afterward but he found no die Now I am dyinp and I am place for repentance tnough he soupht afraid ii tear- la this catepory of irrevocable mis- re is an impression in almost I place also the unkindness s mind that somewhere in done the departed When I was a boy il be a chance where my mother used to say to me some- mistakes le Witt you will be sorry for a- - we may if we only repent in time that when I am pone And 1 remem ve us and then all will ber just how she looked sittinp there be as well as tiionph we had never with cap and spectacles ajid the oll n My discourse shall Bible in her lap and she never said a ion with that theory I truer thinp than that for I have often ou my friends as Uod been sorry since While we have our tnat there is such a thinp frienls with c j ii vi l ful repentance that there thinps tiiat wound the feeliafl done wronp that always to wiiom we oupht to pive noth j and for them you may ing but kindness Perhaps the parent pise1 f repentaaee and without inquiring into the matter the childs ears The little one s of irrev who has fallen in the street come- - in am of a misspent Jt Idtrcu not I nusu nun as a wm l inoupn tne back to our col first disaster was not enouph she whips vs ow we neplected it After a while the child is taken or v or botanv oi the parent is taken or the eomnaninn nay be sorry about is taken and those who are left sav if we could onlr crt w muo or iaa aavaatas hkat t nnki those unkind deeds if uld hsve had had we attended to we could only recall them Hut yon A man wattes can not pet them back at forty years of age and finds that mipht bow down over the grave h has been wasted and he of that loved one and cry and crv s earlv adnn- UK would make no answer gel them hack too t The stars shill be plucked ont of their uoynooo tae aays in college bocket but these influences shall not D 11Â¬ 1 j K i me very steep places A Desperate ultttir Affrav Lot Isvulk Ky July Meaper letails have been received here of a le perate cuttinp affray in Shelby BOaaty in which two younp farmers were literally hacked to pieces and so badly cut that the attendinp phvsicians say both will die The victims are Isaac Huffman and Marshall darner Huffman owns a farm and darner who lately came to the state from Tennessee worked op an a Ijoiuing farm They had an altercation Sun lay from some unknown cause and both men drew knives and beran slashing at one another They only eased cutting when they were so weak from loss of blood that they could no longer stand A I LxiMToN iht Areata Gates and Colyer of Louisville have just returned from a raid on moonshiners in Morpan county in which their posse was fired on by a party of moonshiners some ou horseback and wime on foot The revenue men returned the fire Nobody was wounded so far as known A hundred and ten gallon still was destroyed but no arrests were made A iood ateh Lkxinoton Ky July 15 The Law renceburp Hunting and Fishing club is hot after several Lexington society vounp men who were on the excursion to Beach Grove Sunday before last They have employed Attorneys Bart iett and De Lonp and a Cincinnati detective to work out a case against the young men who broke into the clubhouse and consumed a valuable stock of liquors and provisions After frark Wheelmen Lfxinotox Ky July 15 Secretary Edward A Tipton of the Kentucky Trottinp Horse Breeders association is now in Columbus O for the pur- Â¬ pose of arranpinp a match between the crack wheelmen Zimmerman Sanger Tyler and Johnson to come off here during the fall trottinp meet in October It is said that a purse of 86 000 will be offered in order to secure the match Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ With Muonatiiner Ky July lV Kevenue Vai iky Vifw Ky July 15 Detective John Welch of Nicholssville came here and arrested Frank Broad dus another suspect who was taken to that place and lodped in jail alonp with Frank Dicker son Roland Tate and a Nepro woman named Mary Matt all of whom it is believed had something to do with the murder of Mary Baker Â¬ Acrnaed of Murder July 11 At the democratic state central committee meetinp and conference Senator J C S Blackburn as much as said to the You can do what you party leaders please but I for one am going to talk free silver as lonp as I want to Those were not his exact words but they con Â¬ vey the exact meaning of what he did say in his lonp speech lilt ten It a Suapping 1 urtle aafsnj Lyons Ky July 11 Edith a 4 jaai nlll dauphter of Henry Servens living at Marengo southeast of this riiape is lying in a critical condition from nervous prostration from spasms occirrinp hourly and her ripht arm is swollen up to twee its normal size all on account of a bite from a snapping turtle which she was teasinp ocratic state central committee after an all night session decided to say nothinp one way or another about what the speaker should talk about durinp the campaign They then proceeded to turn upside down the Louis- Â¬ ville city executive committee putting new men in place of the old ones To Uanf Jul 16 Ky July lV Sheriff Mt Ledd is making arrangements to hang Johnson the colored murderer of Po- Â¬ LotisvriE Ularkbora Ky Defiant ij Â¬ A 1 - al The Kentucky Campaign LotisviiiE Ky July 15 The dem- Â¬ j hl tlL i Johnson has liceman Evans July 10 UNIQUE LIGHTHOUSE HOMES FOR THE PEOPLE weakened and his prayers can be heard The Mm Eronointea1 Structure of the The hangon the outside of the jail H I il Baal Erected ing w ill take place in the vacant lot of How a Neat House Can Be Erected The lighthouse that has been erected the National hotel and will probably The Attorney General of Texas Economically by the United States government at be witnessed by 10000 people Paris island Port Royal sound South Gives His Opinion A aiTSO Yearling 1886 ICOPTBIGHT Carolina is love in form and though H 15 Charles Lkxinotox Ky July The signs of the times unquestionerected as in experiment It has done Smith the Chicago turfman Friday On Fme Fighting and Says the ably indicate that the people of this Its duty wel It is the most economical purchased of L P Tariton Fay wood country are about to enjoy another era structure in the history of lighthouse Stud the yearlinp bay colt brother to Law Is Operative of great prosperity as the tide of construction When first erected it Marsian by Blue Eyes out of Missive business is rising with great rapidity was regarded with many misgivings by thedam of ftoalya and Roseland The The Opinion la Handed Down at the In- The country has all the elements of in- Â¬ expert a price paid was Jfl750 The colt will be creasing growth and continuing prostance of a County Attorney In View of The light which is run up and down shipped with the balance of Smiths duction of wealth Any long continued in rails in the plane of the structhe Approaching Ficht Between yearlings to Saratopa on Monday Corbett aad FituimmoM period of unproductive inertia is impos-Â¬ ture is hoased by day At night sible in America ut off III Ilrsd Avstin Tex July 15 Attorney The forcing of issues in politics the James F LoiisvuiK Ky July tag of war between opposing fac-Monroe a collector aped 4T years was General Crane Sunday pave to the pub lie his opinion on the law of 1891 St L train thrown from a P C C TexOwhich arrived in this city Snnday which prohibits prize fiphtinp in as The opinion is handed down at the was completely decapitated nipht and It is charged that he was thrown from instance of the county attorney of Dal the train by the porter who will be las county in view of the approachinp fipht there in November between Cor Two polcemen Monday arrested bett and Fitzsimmons The attorney claim that the man committed suicide peneral nolds that the law of IW1 pro Three Female Ii Holier Whippf1 hibitinp prize fiphtinp is valid and operLot isvuiK Ky July 13 A mob of ative This opinion is contrary several hundred people called at the to that of many lawyers who contend Owsley county jail at Boonville and that the law is invalid because it deafter takinp three alleged immoral fe- nounces the offense as a felony and males from the jail gave each KM affixes thereto the punishment of a I I tEp 13 jgP BBwf I 1 lashes on the bareback afterward re misdemeanor and secondly because turninp them to the jail where they the act is so indefinitely framed and is will remain until tried at the regular of such doubtful construction considterm of the Owsley circuit court ered either by itself or in connection ARC n1 KenturkT Iot Otflr Ch tnjren with the other provisions of written PERSPECTIVE VIEW Washington July l A post office law that it can not be understood has been established at Kvausville In rebuttal the attorney general tions of contest between the Rock Castle county Ky and oflies holds the intention frequently con- men who stress honestly hold conflicting hsve been discontinued at Albemarle trols in the express language pro- Â¬ views all this Jefferson county Daniels reek Johnthe construction of statutes and mote the public has done much to welfare following this doctrine laid down by son county Gertie Johnson eountv We are a great nation now we shall Harold Crittenden county Joshua the higher court the courts are at lib- Â¬ majority Owsley county erty do eliminate that word felony be greater when theThe sordid sit by and Mink Ellicott toil of their hearthstones county if su ch elimination were necessary to give effects to the legislative intents life has its obverse side in the happy That o ins Ion Faetorr It must be plain that the court believ- homestead Covinoton Ky July lV The probDuring prosperous times and espe- Â¬ abilities of Covington having a mon Â¬ ed that the intention of the legislature cially at the commencement of prosper ster shoe factory employing 300 hands was to prohibit prize fiphting If the ous times before the prices for materiand turning out 700 to looo pairs of court further believed that the fact als and labor become inflated the shoeper day are cot so bripht at that the legislature affixed the punishpresent and the indications now point ment of a misdemernor to the offense building of houses of moderate will certainly prove to be profitable toward ineinnati as the place where of prize fightinpand that the word felWhen an American makes ony was inserted by mistake it was at ventures the proj osed factory will be loated THE CHEAPEST Or ALL LIUHTHor perfect liberty to disrepard that word money he is pretty sure to provide an news in the construction of the statute He attractive and comfortable home for it is hoisted to its place at the apex of agrees that the court of criminal ap- his family The design illustrating the triangle by machinery worked in Gathered From all Parts of the Coaajay by peals has held the law to be valid and this article is submitted for his considthe oil house at the base of the strucTelegraph He instructs the eration he does likewise ture The large foundation plates are Size of Structure Front including The daughter of Mr and sheriff of Dallas county that it is not 40 feet apart The focal plane of veranda 30 feet depth 4S feet 6 inches about Mrs Zeaker of Marion O was run his duty to question the lepality of any the light is 1J0 feet above the sea level over by a bicycle and seriously injured law but that he must carry out its probut the top of the structure is 133 feet from the grcund The cost of the iron The Kentucky democratic eaaipaiga visions to the letter until said law is I BSTTtrT aside by courts The opinion work set up is 1400 and that of the committee has decided to issue ral setvery liable the raise a to ll stir among the r J structure complete and lighted about lenpe to a joint debate between Brad is 50 wa U My Dallas peopie who are longing for the 2000 ley aud Hardin sisssa n F jtf S676n fight Warden Harley reports that the conÂ¬ GROWTH OF A BEARD BOTH KILLED vict bicycle factory at Michipan City On Reaching a Certain Length the Hair Ind runs from 100 to 125 men and is A Duel Between a Youngr Man and Hif Bmio if Brittle anil Split Krother-ili-Iabehind with its orders If ym are proud of a fresh shave and Nkw York 0i40 jj July 11 A Recorder Sunday was the 100th anniversary of special from Don H a smooth face you visit the bather at Lfjl Miss says Denthe fall of the Bastile and falling on ton Olell a Amorv least twice a week or probably every I66H76 prominent young mer- Â¬ Sunday the holiday was more pener chant of Chulahama Miss and Miss other dav Suppose you commenced aily observed in Paris than usual this practice at the age of 17 and con Grace Jeffries the society belle of the ip33BSSB tinue it up to the ape of 7U have vou til iferFil At Cherry Hill N J three dead and town were married just a week ago any idea of the total length of the about six seriously injured is the result Since then Odell and his bride have eiroffnTr beard that would be removed in that of Saturdays tornado not including been making their home with Mrs 6 060 CU tim If your beard grows as rapidly the homeless condition of about fifteen Jeffries the brides mother as that of the average man you must families Thursday Mrs Jeffries left for an have about one fifth of an inch removed At Benton Mich Harbor the extended visit to relatives in an adeach week or 10 1 inches each year Before going she drought was broken Sunday afternoon joining county tow Between the ages of 17 and 70 years V I and daughter by a heavy storm which was general called in her i6w years must intervene and each of these sB I50I7OT in that section Ail brush fires have and showing them a little tin trunk years pi vs almost a foot of bea d wherein she kept her land deeds and lftj g l been extinpuished Byi growth or a total of SM indies ex- The syndicate which has purchased other valuables she cautioned them not elusive of fraction or to tie more land in Warren county Kentucky on to let it be removed from the house exact exactly 41 feet and J in lies of Paul Jeffries Mrs Jeffries which to erect a beet sugar plant and beard The above is all figured on the also left ostensibly on a fishing also locate a colony has made the first riBST FLOOR assumption thai the filaments of the excursion but later he returned enpayment on the land beard maintain their averape growth tered the house and Heights of Stories Cellar 7 feet Two of apt Becks Indian police of the trunk He secured possession of one fifth of an inch during the had carried it out first story 9 feet 6 inches second story are in the Thurston county Neb jail when he was met by his period mentioned which of course is sister 9 feet attic story 6 feet to answer to the charge of murderinp Mrs Odell who remonstrated with Materials for Exterior Walls Foun- out of the qiestioa There is all the George Parker son of Fire Chief the him A quarrel Odell dations stone or brick first story clap- Â¬ difference in he world in beard growth allowed last preat chief of the Omahas S me men will raise a on then appeared the scene boards second story shinsrles gables stubble field Hon Frederick Bemann eonpress ona fourth of an inch in length while and his vounp w ife appealed to him dormers and roofs shingles man from the Eighteenth Illino As he laid hands on the trunk young another will hardly raise enouph to Interior Hard white trict died at his home in Yandalia Jeffries drew a revolver and shot him white pine Finish cherry staircaseplaster roughen his face Then airaiu we do trim plasSunday morninp at 135 oclock after down ter cornices and centers in hall parlor not wish to he understood as saying an illness of more than three months After CKK11 had fallen and as he lay and dining room that a man would grow- - a half a hun- The body of a child apparently about on the ground he pulled his pistol and dred feet of icard in a lifetime proExterior Colors Body of first story 8 months old was washed ashore at fired six shots into Jeffries bo iy Odell buff shingles around ve anda shinvided he aerer shaved tn the conToledo O It bore no marks of vio-Â¬ lived a few minutes while Jeffries sur- Â¬ gles on sec ml sttry and shingles on trary the average man would not prow lence and had evidently deliberat ly vived several hours m reachinp a feet ni re than t gables medium light buff roof shinyounp bride witnessed the dead- Â¬ gles pale red all trimmings such as length of 19 or M inches the beard in been thrown into the river and ly duel drowned variably becomes brittle or slits and window and door casings belt nurses Mrs Boat Gardner a fine looking COAL IN OHIO brackets veranda posts and rails and after this the growth is very slow or St Louis Republic young woman of 2 years who came to The chimneys red ceases entirely Platan Orrupv Xearly One Third of lattice liht preen St Paul a stranger on July 7 took sashes dark red doors natural color All Hltmiiln the State The Product AN ELASTIC NUT twenty grains of morphine Sunday of wood with hard oil finish blinds outi Ita Inventor Think If Will Supplant the morning and died before a doctor Washington July 15 The report of s i illeil Lash Not reached her the geological survey for the present This ingeni us device is designed to Mr Edwin F Lhl the assistant sec-Â¬ year will deal interestingly with the Roof do away with the necessity of putting retary of state of the United States production of coal in Ohio It shows two nuts on a bolt that is to be kept was a passenger on the Hamburg that the coal fields of Ohio occupy be sj a- tjjU tightly in pi ice The old plan was to American line steamer Columbia tween one fourth and one third of the evas- h o 4 which arrived at Southampton Sunday entire area of the state and between oWo morninp He did not land there pro- Â¬ 10O00 and 12000 square miles The si coal is ail bituminous ceeding ou the Columbia to Hamburg The best fur- Â¬ LP ayMwj John Isom whom the police have nace coal is the block coal of the Maai nm honing valley the best coke is made been hunting for since August U AMhtSaT 4rr - l from the coals of folumbiana county was captured at San Francisco CaL rr Tvms Saturday Isom was one of the pang in the region aliout Coalton Jackson Jackson eountv yields which robbed the bank of Cayucos in and Wellston cwWj3j Ha Tjjj the southern part of the state three the best domestic coal and Belmont years apo but though known to police county produces a high grade of gas I TirM ew jj managed to escape He will be tried at coal In the Mahoning Valley raw coal is San Laia Obispo Roof 5 A special cable dispatch to the New used with a little Connellsville coke in MWe6 7 Os 8 York Herald from Havana says There the blast furnaces of the district Raw put on one nut and then another to H coal is also used in the Hocking Val has been an important engagement of keep the first one from unscrewing ley In Jackson county raw coal from a sW 4mm the infantry force of Marena and Bor two seams the Jackson and Wellston the second nut being called the jam nut r l7Bfl76 bon at Elzoborucal one league from or lock nut is used At Leetonia coke is used kstrrfl Kemedious Capts Gonzales Lopez The elastic nut however locks itself and ergt Morales were shot and killed some of which is made on the spot and It is made from spring steel beinp cut mixed with Connellsville Gisis made The enemy suffered heavy loss from a bar and then bent into a ring the from the coals of the Mahoning and ends joining in a dovetail split The Hocking Valleys Steubenville and the YOUNG MEN IN THE SENATE 8KCOM FIOi IK ring is then ptessed intohexapon shape Ohio river coals at Bellaire Pomeroy More NnmerotiK Now Than In the Iaj of and and tapped a trifle smaller than its dark buff veranda floor and ceiling Ironton Zarh handler oiled In exterior painting there lilt so that when it is wrenched on Killed by a Fellow Convict At the time Zach Chandler was first the split pens sliphtly makinp a firm San Fiamis o July 15 A special should be one priming and two finisha memlK r of the senate he was one of to the Chronicle from Walla Walla ing coats To pet the best results the and constant hold on the bolt the youngest members of that body Wash sayS Wm Ellis a convict at second finishing coat should not be ap- Â¬ Disease an a Mental Stimulant Besides havinp a youthful appearance plied until at least eipht Infectious diseases especially when all the other men seemed quite old to work in the penitentiary was killed bv ehtaaed after putting on months have the first accompanied by high fever have teen hiin On the last day of the first term Wm Harrison a fellow couvict HarAccommodations The rison used a knife and before the principal of Senator Mitchell of Oregon guards could interefere had piven rooms and their sizes closets etc are found in many cases of mental diseases to leave the pitient with preatlv imChandler and he sat in the barber shop Ellis six wounds any one of which shown by the floor plans given here proved mental powers Dr Wagner and chatted about eventsof the session In addition there is a cellar Kllis lived with von Kaurepp irofessor of mental disand finally Chandler began talkinp would have proven fatal only one hour They have been on bad nnder the whole house and finished eases at the Iniversity of Vienna has about his earlier career says the Washroom In the attic with space for more been terms for some time experimenting in producing high ington Star rooms in the attic As the socond flior fever artificial y in insane Vnlnntarilj Increaned the Warea When I went to Detroit he said provides for more closet room the injection of Dr Kochs patients by Damon Mich July 15 The Michi- Â¬ plan is there were not more than fifty houses than usually required it is suggested He asserts tha though the tuberculine Â¬ in the place Now it has become one pan Malleable Iron works which emmental imploys between 300 and 400 men near- that the three closets grouped in the provement that follows each injection of the leading cities in the west center be omitted The tlKr space rapidly declines there is a steady Michipan was a territory and we had ly ail of whom are skilled workmen and thus acquired may be combined with lasting some pretty hard times there but I will voluntarily increase the wape- - of clearnr of the patients mind its employes ten per cent beginning the dressing room thus providing a case is cited where a high fever folstuck to it and have been rather suc another bedroom which would be 8 lowing transfusion of blood cessful Why he added rather proud- August 1 resulted in feet 6 inches by 14 feet in size a complete cur of melancholia ly I was elected to the senate when I The Weather was forty four years old A Oneer Saving Bank Carrying Molten Metal Five Mile Wshinotok July 15 Kentucky Thats nothing aswered Senator cloujv with sowers southerly winds -- Partly Five million francs in a warming pan Great pots of molten metal go daily Mitchell laconically hi Showers warmer in nortuern cooler skimming along the Erie railroad from was the lucky Snd of the prefect of the Nothinpr in southern portion southerly winds exclaimed Chandler Seine the otata- - day An old lady of the Cleveland Hulling Mills companys Well I consider it a preatdeal to have inn vnriabie Indiana Showers cooler southerly shifting central blast furnace to the Newbtirp eighty three numed Tanies had died in been elected to the Inited States to westerly winds mills as sedately as if ths traffic was of her country house leaving the citv of senate at forty four laris heir to ill her property which long standing says a Cleveland letter Well replied MitcheU quietly Light Ietaona Poisoned hjr ivt I The plan is a perfect success It takes she said amounted to five million francs have served six years in the senate and Mr I Ten Boaoa writes from Ro After her death the country just am not forty four yet chellepork X J to Garden and Forest it is fifteen minutes for the metal after her Hat in tht Uue de la house and poured into the big ladle cars to Ifoctie were I give it up responded Chandler sayinp Whenever I see a tree in the without anything being Yon have the ln st of me The further embrace of a poison ivy I take ray reach the mixer in the mills some five searched found she wa not known to have any wes we go the more push we have knife and cut the vine On the grounds miles away Eight trips are made a banker and the day as follows At CM 80 and 1120 authorities were comSenator Mitchell is still a young of a lew friends and on my own I looking man yet there is only oiie man have eat vines from one and a half to in the morning at 210 and 410 oclock ing- to the coi elusion that they were luvnouns oi a mystification in the afternoon in the senate who was a senator when two ami a half inches thick sometimes night These tripsand three trains at someone opened an old warminpwhen he was first sworn in who has served at the root and sometimes as pan are made at a time far up as without a continuously That is Senator Morrill I co Id reach and then tearing down when the tracks are practically cleared a sink andhandle stowed away under fojud the sum there in of Yermont Sherman of Ohio and the stems have uprooted them with Thus delays are avoided which would Stewart of Nevada were members of my hands I have done this a all sea- be expensive for if long continued the gold bank notes and bonds the senate at the time Senator Mitchell sons This spring I have already cut metal would cool aud the purpose of the liven 1ecanliry Satisfaction was elected but both have been out Two brother named Habron were out two dozen ivies and have pulled up special delivery thus be defeated At rolling mills the ear is raised on a convicted at Senator Sherman as secretary of the many others by the roots when un Manchester England iry for four years and Senator hands were torn with blackberry hoist to the mixer the ladle is tipped some time ago of murderinp a policeirt six years while another man thorns but I never had a trace of ois by machinery and the liquid metal man and condemnto death Doabta vurcd into the mixer Relieved of of their represented Nevada Senator Mitchells oning A friend to whom I mentioned their load the cars amble back to the reprievedguilt havinp arisen they were first terin Ix pan in 1S7 After serving avj immunity said Of course you arc Before the expiration of furnace at their leisure in time for the their six years he was defeated u democratic not poisoned because you are dark next trip About 500 tons of the hot ed for reprieve another man was arrest- Â¬ legislature havinp been c1iomii Six Since then I have been thinking the crime aud years later he was apain elected and in the cases of poisoning which that metal is thus carried every dav over committed it As a confessed lhat he had this long railroad result the llahrons has since been reelected route The Cleveland come to my knowledge the victims had as is the Rolling Mills company has to pay a have been not pardoned beer light haired A younger brother American procedure in similar cases pretty fipure for the fiviphtapeit ls said but released How the Una Wori of mine who is very fair has been and in compensation but there is economy in the operation In America it has leen observed that severely poisoned for the laws hinder have received bees often bore tubular corollas in ten housaud dollars from the treasurv Kalmuck Are living Out order to pet at the nectar of flowers Bringing Out the Piano Iu Astrakhantbe Kalmucks are dyinp instead of entering by the mouth as It is said that the first use of the EnstaadL IAL TlwT Slt Ai4 humblebees do in Europe In essays piano in public was in the year 17 avuieicu Willi Htlie Th M linavians first on the crossfertilization of flowers tliis the Coveiit Garden theater u An c ld brou land when s supposed anomaly has been the sub uu iicojjimis play bill issued a few days before the thV aiiu me turning fr f their voyage ject of much comment It now appears performance contains the following1 mortality is so great that there will Ityzaitium There is a mention to that the hum of f Europe and At the end of act Mlaa Uickler soon be not one of the race left in the item in a chronicle relating to the district America have identical habits in rewill sing a favorite song from Judith ourt of King Iepi 0f trancc 76 4 A gard to the manner in which the visits accompanied by Mr Dibden on a new The proportion of clergymen phy- - D which sayn In the fourteenth to flowers are made and that it is the instrument called the piano forte as and lawyers among our na- - year of King class of insects known as the carpenter n is about double that cionsjxgifts on t bee or the borer which works in the Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder c foreigners resident in Uijm Et s visiaiiiiie t outsde manner indicated country Worlds Fair Highest Award gems and a large sum of IT IS VALID PRESENTED AT C0CBT AC Expensive as Well as a Very Laborious Function EK6URmL TOISON ilasi L Â¬ An American Woman Who Has Had Ex Â¬ perience Olveo an Itemized Account One Moat Wear a New and Caetly Costume Is the result of the usual treatment of I blood disorders The system is filled w uh I Mercury and Potash remedies more to sail in si be dreaded than the short whild Is in a far worse condition I than before The most caaunoa result Is the Boat icLteMtl for which S S cure A few bottles will aiXord rtiitM where all else hi t nuffcvd f rum m w rere attack RhtuuiaVtiam m y arms and 1k bti mt Ui more tban twice tueir natural thviatoatexcruclatirift pain I penibuDdreil or dollar without relief but after tail 1 T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ C Â¬ conlInsed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lrt Pi fc 1 Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- li-a-- Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - r fi Â¬ U Â¬ - w 1 fc London journal quotes an unnamed sssTsaaaaawaaa who says that a presentation at Queen Victorias drawing room requires an outlay of at least three hundred and seventy five dollars 1 have been to Buckingham palace she says for three such functions and I never did it for less which is more than my wedding finery cost There ire women who have done it for less but its a pinch and 1 shouldnt like t try You see you cant po in a pown that has ever been worn Inf re nor in a costume that is not made of he very naterials You cant because yoa will perish of shame when you stand in line with women who arc in the richest and freshest that Lyons looms and French dressmakers can tirn out Any woman has sense enouph to recognise that it is better not to po at al than po inadequately to stand there in tin tierce light reflected from the throne Having this conviction firmly fastened in your mind consult some French dressmaker of note in London Trot yourself lu oiind to the smartest of the smart English modistes and look over samples of brocade satin velvet and silk ranging in price from three to six dollars a yard If you are an un married woman anywhere n the sunny side of sixty you wear white Debutantes look at tulle and silk and lace and wreaths of French flowers silver embroidery pearls and ribbiiis and middle aged matrons ponder over velvet purple red black etc Younp married persons po in for the heavier vhitc hi trade or briH aies with colored flowerings Now the result of lonp hours of solemn consideration anion r billows of splendid faeries sends you contempla tively off you wonder in whit humor ones obliging papa or pencrous hus band will accept the news that one can not tie made decent for court on me must than three hunnred dollars appear as well as the other women the queen exacts that oni s train must lie for three yards on the floor and the end of expense is not yet The order for the pown is given a full month le forchand and that is well considering the rush at the dreasmakers Only a leading florist can supply the hage shower aonqaet of white flowers that costs twenty fire dollars line never sees saeh boucjiiets in America -- beautiful cascades of liwtll built on a fraii foundation of cnifion and trailing from ones ham to the floor In London wesaaa always carry huge boaqatU to every function dar ing all seasons so that bouquet building lias bee ne a great art with them At tin t have a va- long pair of five dollar p lovely things to wrinkle up to shoulder nearly To a French hoot makers a snfiicient piece of ones gown mnt be taken to make ones slippers that cost at least seven or eipht do Lastly one mnst make u appoint- Â¬ ment viirh a court liainlu asm who charges about three dollars Eight vers the cos dollars three feathers and veil A good public stable Is sought out ami arraagt iwnts perfceai to have a vey big cai by nine- oclock the Bsorning of the drawing room Because he is oxriceted to one if his very perfect carriages and because the vehicle both deliv one at and from tbi must stand in line for boars the stable keeper asls not lew than ten dollars for the service Keck m all these amounts up and proximate to art first then it not stat There are few for economy for certs o you nasi bars or yon will never kiss the ii ens hand Ones train must fall fro rs so thai its spread oa sr includes a vast stretd of very s live yards long by two wide I ii- - gcvn must be cut out beÂ¬ low Hi ibonklera Another exaction is the pU ingof Only a court hairdresser knows how isi it to aecns taste aad the qaeea though nay not be good demands that her idea be followed te the bad r Only a physicians cert entitles one to appeal a dr with cowered i tificate must be procured in advance a id sent to the lord chimlierlain who he queens consent Often enough she refuses foal In the InltcJ The production of coul in the United States during th ten years from t ISM increased h 2 per cent accord ing to statistics recently compiled In England the supply is stationary while in other principal faioptaa countries it has increased during the same time from Jo to - per cent It is stated that the utilization of coal represents a greater surplus of wealth than the exportation of the same amount It is interesting therefore to note that the United States uses practically all the coal mined within itslhnita A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 RHEUMATISM Mi few bottles of i tne I 1 Improved raptdlyMiKl am now a wmi mani 1 completely cured can beartltT rcom l mend your wonderful mejdlctne to jima afflicted with this painful rJLwftW W F DALKV Brooklyn Elevated R R Our Treatise on Blond aad Skin M free to any aatdrea SWIFT SPFUFIC CO i BBBBWWMwmmmmmm Oi i RAILWAY In Kentucky SHORTEST ROUTE Between Louisville and LexinGrton s rlul In FfTi- - t r I Kaath and v I Re tv L r Ar S Ar Lawr Ar V- n pni Ibo 1111 Lv r Ver l Ar Ar I I 777 N 1 V S UTir Sh i I - Tp r - liatu fhuir Sar t Kain mil Iv Ar A n 11 I La Ar il is in UXlbinai Ar II Ar I c Ar Lo Ktl-nnt- No I IT li N 1 - Versil Midway onitfl ctowa v It No en I asti Tv Ar rv i V N Ar Rt I aixnd I as Northwest r all poirs ily Kxcept ft T 7 Sunday A City Tic Ky IWH WatBDOR HGREEN w M dent C J ui- - M TTanV Mgr r A ar a i V a c i - a D a svfue r r a miwuT man until fjr u produced id si YOU CAN BE CUREL The habit of tiding toba v Herein the retina and vv dull pain iri the lowed later bv and talitv i the heart QUIT BEFORE IT stem BSBoarr a IS TOO LATH ten nulant Ilia bn BACCO-CUcontinualv craves - - ltt and r remedv guarar teed to be perfectly harm less and which has been in last 23 cars having cured thousands ot habiuai tobacco Been and sntirY dippe Vol Cta sF Ul THF TO fie RO want wnn IT WILL k raaiXG BacccV NOTIFY Â¬ THE MARKETS n guarantee to permanently cure anv case with three boxes r refund the moiiev with 10 per cent inter Â¬ est Bacco Curo is not a substitute but a reliable and scientific cure which absolutely destroys the craving for tobacco without the aid of will power and aril inconvenience it leaves the si stem as pure and free from nicoire as the da your first chew o- smoke took Sold by a druggists at l per box three boxts yo treatment and guar- Â¬ anteed cure J 50 or sent direct uor receipt of price Send six 2 cent s lor sample booklet and proofs fr e Eureka Chemical i Manufacturing Cesai manufacturing chemists La Crosse Wisz consin vi Cvao WHfeN as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ClJtc INSATI July IS Ffoca Spring patent s li at spring f mcj is held at KZ H5d and familv at I3M0XSS Winter paten IS90 quotations rantrmi up to 4 10 Winter t4e R N I B R R quotibleat Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ extent at rue i hx No i white at 4c Xo who- - mw at 47c No 2 mixed at 47c Xo 3 mixed at 46e white ear at 17c A a 1 white BBK Xo mixed - e rt jecieu uiixpu at on triclt KV Is very httle demand acd scarce Â¬ Tbere ly anv anii ing and the market is ea v un sold at 50r switched fATTLE Market steady Fair to good ship Â¬ pers um lie choice butchers extra lvoc mciium butchers tx HJ common K WiirAT No wirfr red old at He on track Ohl No I would probably sell to a moderate 3a305x extra low grade at f V 40 fanrv anU ut tW xXCi Win at tl90 115 and r fimTTr Time Table No fect May EAST 24 In Ef- Â¬ 12 1895 2NP a sv CLASS HOlM 1ST CLASS R No j No 1 No a Kx Sun Ex Sua fix Sun Kx Sun Versailles MichoUsille Valley View Million a 10 i 11 T 2 m r as I 17 6 40 7 7 8 55 a u V 45 H 14 p 5 o 10 55 11 10 12 13 4M tV Hoes Market steady Butchers 155 Kh packers MtttS10 good light 5008SM common and rough 4 0 490 Vkai fAivss Market Steady Fair to good light common and large S3iXi Â¬ 53 2V SiS a 11 8 30 Â¬ Richmond Ureoo Moberly Panola Irvine jopai JO 45 I OO 8ra6eld Mioo rAMBS 17 30 12 3 1 I r WEST BOUND Irvine Panola HrassfieM at a 00 1 05 I Marker steady Extra t3MftS7a good to choice common to fair fi 5 Imbs Market steady Extra X 50 a Si 73 good to choice UH fti M common to fair C0 4 25 sheep and a E Sheep ji FSu ESu ExsL A r 33 FLoraH Rts doair tate afloat Yoax July IS inter wheat low grades 71to ancT 33O1t4 0O do patents EW The 2 ii M r h 4 lS 4 30 5 00 5 5 3 30 - Moberly Union Richmond Million t5 D B A o VtaiAT Xo r 71 71 red store snd elevator 72c f o b 1 71- Â¬ graded red 57 lac Xo northern Cohn Xo 2 504ic elevator Ma A 0 wnite No -- 73 c 70a ua Valley View KichaawniUs versniile 6 j j8 4J M x r 40 o V 5 00 5 30 j A 6 5 M c era No 3 7c 829c Xo3whiteS2sc ste stoat 2 T M A M mix O hcago d west- - Â¬ Â¬ July 13 Wheat No 5 red cash and July c September 60V LX cember Tic No 3 red cash He mLei1 cah September I7c yellow rush I Oats -- No - mixed cash Xc imoer No 3 white cash c VEBr October Pittsburgh Pa July 13 30 5W BOOJ M10 430 fresh cows and springer butchers Hoes Medium Philadelphia 5S5rr50- 20 530cotnm ursiumeaanu jorkeis t fair Yorkr100 v Extra W3 air tlTO ZX comrnoa Toledo SJ u Triis between Louisville and Versailles daily 1 rains between Cinciunati and N daily All t ains connect wuh S uthern Rail n1 fr S with the p m i Si y tick her infornution apply to W H Genl AUl M Pas BROWN Isy fwlj m3 oiuua common to fair IMi veal caves ambg It Jfclra PiTFNTr For 61 3MSO cna 13 1 ATiLE Mght steers 4 s dull and slow at tLWulbi ommon light to b st 50 5 Krri to Eood nnuaspring ily CAVkAlwJItAUtMARKs COPYRIGHTS a ll V ser ju3 vr e atrtBllysniS BwaSWL 1 fair to irood lambs MNl xp irt sheepexclted sad gall ltembey wt ly is xsaJandattent Fataata taa thos ana hron W enst to tl jswaadweeMy MII Bottass with ontract a SB 3lil suiausat